The online lab I've been using (happily) is Mpix. Their instructions for submitting non-standard aspect ratio images is to “place them on a canvas in Photoshop” and size to the next highest size. Basically, creating a border around the image to allow the “canvas” to match a standard print size. I'm holding out against purchasing PhotoShop (Aperture does 95% of what I need and $700 is a lot to spend on software). Questions: Is there a way to create the “larger canvas” that is required using Aperture?
Five top LUMIX cameras are getting updates this month, including the full-frame LUMIX S1 and S1R, plus the micro four thirds GH5, GH5S and G9.