Rethinking the crop Photoshop


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Rethinking the crop

I've spent a reasonable amount of time working with this image mostly focused on creating a little bit of an older appearance in the image, but in the process I'm starting to rethink my crop. I think that the rotation in particular just wasn't quite right, and so I want to go back and fine tune the result. This is made possible by the fact that I made sure, when I crop the image, that the Delete Cropped Pixels check box on the Options bar was turned off. And so now, I can reveal all of those original pixels by going to the Image menu and choosing Reveal All. You can see that now I have all of the pixels in the image available, and so I can reapply the crop, possibly changing the rotation in the process. So, I'll choose the Crop tool from the Toolbox, then I'll move my Mouse outside of the Crop box, then click and drag in order to rotate. You'll notice that a grid appears, and my thinking at this point is that perhaps I really should focus on that middle box, and specifically...

Rethinking the crop
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Rethinking the crop provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Artist in Action: Tim Grey's Photo Optimization Techniques

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