Fixing A Tight Crop

Posted on by Steve

Have you ever captured an amazing wildlife image only to discover you cropped a little too close on one side? Well, don’t trash that photo just yet – there may be hope! If you were shooting continuous frame advance and have a lot of images taken at the same time, I have a really cool Photoshop trick that might just save the day!

Psst – For a better view, make sure you go full screen ;)

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3 Responses to Fixing A Tight Crop

  1. Lynn Letteris says:

    Cannot get your videos, only a blank screen with a header and a footer.

  2. Mark Nicholson says:

    Another simple fix.. Thanks for sharing Steve.

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