I am a newbie to G’MIC (latest stable release on Ubuntu) and my first approach to this powerful tool is to create a collage.
I want to have a (horizontal) picture with a frame ratio of 3:2 to be printed as a photo (10 cm x 15 cm). I have 4 photos to be placed on the final photo, and I want some space (a small 5th plain) for text.
I have managed to do this using G’MIC. What I do not understand is how the overall frame ration for the final picture works. E.g., if I only consider the 4 pictures I can use “H(V(0,1),V(2,3))” or “V(0,2),V(1,3))” to achieve the same order, but the frame ration is a different one.
But as I wrote, I want to achieve a final picture with a given frame ratio and resolution (3:2) and a resolution so it can be printed as a collage photo.
I am aware that this might be a silly newbie question. But amybe someone could still gelp me out with this?