Cropping Pictures In Photoshop

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Cropping Pictures In Photoshop

  1. 1. ==== ====Looking For Minisite Graphics? 2.3GB Of Unflattened PSDs To Download...http://www.monkeyheadcafe.com/PSDBlowout2012/==== ====Cropping Pictures In PhotoshopWhen you are cropping part of a picture, that usually signals that you dont want that part to bethere. It may be a portion of something that should not be there, or something that you just dontcare to see. So, you will attempt to crop or cut it off. When you do that, what is left is what youwant on the picture. Here are some steps you can take to get rid of portions that you dont want.After youve opened the graphics software, find the image that you want to change.Choose the crop tool which is located in the Photoshop toolbox.Go to one of the corners to where you want to crop off the image and start there.Drag the image down until you have what you want to crop.Using the resizing handles, adjust the area that is to be cropped. You can also do this by clickingand dragging the selection. Whatever is outside of the square will be cropped, while the remainingpart of the image will stay.Select the green check mark that is located at the top of the screen in the toolbar. This will signalthat you are giving permission for that area to be cropped. After the action has taken place, youwill only have the portion that you opted to keep.==== ====Looking For Minisite Graphics? 2.3GB Of Unflattened PSDs To Download...http://www.monkeyheadcafe.com/PSDBlowout2012/==== ====

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