Cropping multiple sizes


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Cropping multiple sizes

A lot of times when you crop, you're going to want to make multiple sizes. Maybe you want to crop a photo for a social media icon as a square, and need a 5 x 7 print, and maybe you want to do an alternate crop as a landscape image. That's okay. All you need to do is make multiple versions of each image, and that's a piece of cake. Let's go ahead here, and find an image that we can crop to multiple sizes. With the image selected, I'll press Command+D to duplicate it. You'll see that we have two alternate versions.

Same thing here; I'll do it again. Command+D. In this case, iPhoto makes extra copies. Now, they're not actually copies on your hard drive yet; they're just additional versions. I'll go in here, Click on the Edit button, and then press C for crop. I'll do a freeform crop. On the next photo, I'll choose a specific shape, like a Square, and crop that too.

Notice, the same thing here. We have our original composition; I can go in and cro...

Cropping multiple sizes
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Cropping multiple sizes provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Enhancing Photos with iPhoto

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