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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I crop a photo for printing?

How to Crop Photos

  1. Open the digital photo you're going to print in your image editing program.
  2. Select the cropping tool and set it to the dimensions of your final print.
  3. Crop the image as you see fit.
  4. Save the image as a copy of the original.

What to do with photos that have been cropped?

When you crop photos this way, keep the original file in a separate folder in case you want to do more with it later. You can use cropped images in double exposures, diptychs, or photo collages like the one above. If you’re photographing people, you can get extra creative by cropping out half of their face.

How big is a cropped photo for print?

Cropping photos for print Target print size in inches Target print size in inches Print size ratio Print size ratio Short Edge Long Edge long:short short:long 4 6 1.5 2:3 5 7 1.4 5:7 8 10 1.25 4:5 11 more rows ...

What's the rule of thirds when cropping photos?

Unless the photo you’re cropping is a portrait or a mugshot, there’s not always a need to make the subject completely centered in the shot. Always remember that the rule of thirds still applies when you’re cropping a photograph, so make sure you frame your subject in the areas that are going to draw the most attention.

Do you have to crop an image in Photoshop?

In order to produce prints at standard sizes different to the original aspect ratio we are therefore forced to crop the image, however in programs like LR or Photoshop (and on most smartphones) cropping images is straightforward and there are often preset values to help us. You can also create your own crop settings that you might use regularly.

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