How To Crop Photo Using Adobe Photoshop

I will make Adobe Photoshop tutorial series, and in this session I will give you basic tutorial about photo retouching, on this session I will explain some basic tutorial. Why I made this tutorial? because my friend ask me about this, so I will help my friends and maybe someone else needed too.

So let’s get started.
We can use this tutorial both in Oldies version(6,7) or with new version (CS,CS2,CS3) of Adobe Photoshop. Before we do this tutorial, first prepare the photo. After you find what photo do you want to crop. Open it in you Adobe Photoshop like this example.
Adobe Pohotoshop Cropping Photo 01

On photos above the photo is not centered and has unneeded area that should be removed. So after your photos was open, next step is find toolbox and chose crop tool or by select with keyboard shortcut(Ctrl+C) and you crop tool became activated.

Adobe Pohotoshop Cropping Photo 02

After you crop tool activated, next step just draw you crop tool on the photo and make as many what you like.

Adobe Pohotoshop Cropping Photo 03

If you was done just hit Enter button to crop that photo, and this the result after photos was cropped.

Adobe Pohotoshop Cropping: The Result

That it’s and you are done make photo more better.

13 thoughts on “How To Crop Photo Using Adobe Photoshop

  1. Cropping image in Adobe Photoshop is a great tool to get the exact image centered. However, there is another tool called Adobe Photoshop Pen Tool, with which you can draw paths around an image. This is actually called Clipping Path. With this option, you can smoothly draw a path around the people in the picture and remove the background.

    However, this is a painstaking job and there are many companies that provide Clipping Path Services. .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>