Easy enough to do but as said you would lose a fair bit of the picture at the side/s. If you have a scanner, scan it in and play around with it to see what is acceptable for you. You would lose quality as well.
I know this answer is probably stupid, but may I suggest you put the photo in sideways. If it is seen on the PC you can change it for viewing by 90'. If it is in a print album, just turn the album sideways to view it. Both the aforementions is preferable to croping the photo. Posterity will thank you
Shrink it so it's still landscape but on portrait orientated paper.You'll have blank paper at top and bottom of image similar effect to watching 4:3 picture on widescreen telly but with dead space top and bottom instead of sides.
Hi well thanks for all the input I thought there might be a simple way but there isn't. As for just putting it in the other way round well you know what women are. I will get asmack for that remark I bet.
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