Cropping the image


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Cropping the image

Whether you need to straighten a crooked horizon, or you just aesthetically want to change the framing of an image, cropping can have a very significant impact on the final appearance of a photo. In this particular case I have a little bit of a crooked line that I'd like to straighten out But you could have a variety of reasons for applying cropping. Let's take a look at how we can use the Crop tool in Photoshop, to straighten or simply re-frame a photo. I'll start off by choosing the Crop tool on the toolbox, and that will enable a cropping view.

In Photoshop CS6, things have changed rather dramatically in terms of the behavior of the Crop tool. I no longer need to click and drag to draw an initial crop. I have a crop from the start, and I can drag any edge or corner inward or outward to adjust the size of my crop. I can also drag the crop around the image, but notice now that the image itself is what's moving by default. In addition, I can move the mouse ...

Cropping the image
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Cropping the image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Optimization Workshop

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