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Cropping your photos – Good or Bad?

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Cropping your photos usually refers to the process of editing a photo and cutting away one or more edges of the image. There are multiple reasons why you might want to do this, such as improving the composition, enlarging the subject, or simply changing the aspect ratio of the photo.

But some photographers are dead set against cropping, preferring to get it right in-camera. In this article we'll look at both the benefits and problems with cropping an image in software. (Not to be confused with the crop factor of a camera).

Cropping your photos - Good or Bad?

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Written by Discover Digital Photography

March 9th, 2014 at 1:37 pm