Pardon this beginner question. I have a whole bunch of photos that I'd like to print to various sizes (5x7, 8x10, etc). Since they are different in height/width ratios, print the exact same image to those two different sizes means one or the other image will get cropped once it's printed.
Rather than having the photo printing place decide how to crop, I'd like to be able to crop my pictures ahead of time so that they print correctly for a given size. Problem is, how do I correctly crop an image so that it prints to say 8x10 without additional cropping? I don't have a printer so I can't just print test pages and I suppose I could just count the image's pixel height/width ratio but there MUST be a better way?