OK, so I've taken these pictures of my daughter. I've learned a couple of things already -- don't fill up the frame with the subject or it will be partially cut off when you get the photos printed....is that normally the case? Don't over-process the skin when you are covering blemishes, because it looks really FAKE printed out. I've learned that lesson and will be re-processing the originals to make them look a little more natural. My question is -- how MUCH border area should I leave around photos that are meant to be closeup? So that when they're printed, the top of the hair won't be cut off? ALSO, when I decide to print a lovely portrait, what kind of photo paper should I ask it to be printed on if I get it done at a nice photo print shop? Here is the type of picture I am talking about -- I'll give a couple of examples.......I love the pictures, but I should have taken into consideration the printing of the picture......I'm told that if I want to enlarge them, some of it could be cut off in the process........true? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.