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Photoshop: Cropping

PhotoshopIcon Photoshop: CroppingPhotoshop: Crop Images

So what do you do when you only want a selective part of the image? Well…you could use the marquee tools (which most people do), but what is better is to use the crop tool.

What Is Cropping in Photoshop?

The crop tool in Photoshop allows the user to “cut” away at an image to reduce its overall size.  However, In Photoshop there is always more to it….

Photoshop also allows you to crop in perspective! So think of an image where you were not square on to the object in question, in the video I take a picture of the Mona Lisa which was taken at an angle and Photoshop can flatten the image as if you were looking straight at it, sounds strange?

Don’t worry, this video will explain all. With Photoshop cropping is so simple to use it will take you about 20 seconds to not only cut your images down to size but also square up the most trickiest of images.

This video is one of many Photoshop tutorials on this site click here for more.

 

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55 Comments

  1. BadBehaviourHev says
    10 Nov 12 at 7:39pm

    This was so helpful! Thank you!

  2. PCTeachME says
    28 Jan 11 at 6:09am

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    28 Jan 11 at 6:09am

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  11. etrevous says
    21 Jan 11 at 3:10am

    This was simple and helpful! I especially liked the comparison of the marquee tool to the word processor term of highlighting – very effective. Plus I learned the extra trick about the crop tool that I didn’t know. Thanks!

  12. etrevous says
    21 Jan 11 at 3:10am

    [..YouTube..] This was simple and helpful! I especially liked the comparison of the marquee tool to the word processor term of highlighting – very effective. Plus I learned the extra trick about the crop tool that I didn’t know. Thanks!

  13. etrevous says
    21 Jan 11 at 3:10am

    This was simple and helpful! I especially liked the comparison of the marquee tool to the word processor term of highlighting – very effective. Plus I learned the extra trick about the crop tool that I didn’t know. Thanks!

  14. etrevous says
    21 Jan 11 at 3:10am

    This was simple and helpful! I especially liked the comparison of the marquee tool to the word processor term of highlighting – very effective. Plus I learned the extra trick about the crop tool that I didn’t know. Thanks!

  15. etrevous says
    21 Jan 11 at 3:10am

    This was simple and helpful! I especially liked the comparison of the marquee tool to the word processor term of highlighting – very effective. Plus I learned the extra trick about the crop tool that I didn’t know. Thanks!

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