How to Use the Crop Tool in Photoshop
If you’ve ever printed an 8×10 image, you’re probably familiar with part of your photo getting “cut off”. Though it’s not much fun to lose any part of your photo to cropping, it does tend to help if you can choose exactly *what* gets cropped. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the crop tool in Photoshop. That way, you get to have full control and don’t wind up with any surprises in your prints.
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