Hello all-- first time poster here. Thanks in advance for the help. I want to set up an online gallery and offer some of my work for sale-- prints, canvas, metal, maybe other products. I've found a number of shots I really like fall between standard sizes like 8x12, and true panoramas. 1 to 2.2 - 2.4 seem to appeal to me. My first approach was adding borders in photoshop so I could do some inexpensive "proof" prints at 12x18, 16x20. However I can already see some challenges trying to scale this-- from needing to buy custom mats and/or frames, to difficulty getting certain products made in custom sizes. I'm curious how the more experienced of you have approached this? Do you compose and crop with "standard" sizes in mind-- or make the picture however you see it, and just bite the bullet on the effort and cost of creating something physical? Related question-- how do you deal with differences in the aspect ratios of standard sizes? Do you capture multiple images when shooting-- longer for 12x24, more square for 8x10 or 11x14? Or do you frame shot the way they look best in the field, and accept that the composition may be suboptimal in certain print sizes? Thanks again!