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Here is another quick, tutorial showing how to crop a picture or photo using Photofiltre. I’ve made a summary below 🙂



Cropping a picture is the process of simply trimming out unwanted parts of a picture rather like using sissors or gullotine on a real photo. To use the crop function with Photofiltre, start by selecting an area, then use the the Crop tool found under the Image menu, all material outside the selected area will be removed.

Use the crop tool to trim unwanted parts of background which can detract from the main object in the photo and with clever cropping, you can make a otherwise ordinary photo into something more interesting. In addition, you can offset the subject from the centre, which goes along with time honoured photography rule of shooting objects offcentre(rule of thirds).

Also, another reason to crop a photo is to make it suit a particular photo frame size, such as 5×7 inch, 8×10 inch or 11×14 inch without distorting the original proportions of the photo.

Happy cropping. 🙂

6 Responses to “How to crop a photo with Photofiltre”

  1. Neo says:

    Thanks for the cropping tips.

  2. Jeff says:

    Neo: Your welcome..hope it helps. 🙂

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  4. Mark says:

    Hi Jeff,

    Your tuts and explanations are very helpful .. Thank You!

  5. Mara says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I couldn’t for the life of me figure out how to crop a photo using PhotoFiltre – and because of you and your kindness in sharing, I do.

  6. elpida says:

    Thank you

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