How to Crop Photos in Photoshop While Zoomed In

Photoshop enables you to carry out various image effects, such as crop photos. One of the most important tools that you can find is the crop tool. You can use the crop tool to select parts of an image that you want to take out separately for working. It will enable you to precisely cut only the part that you want from the entire image, leaving the rest as part of the image. Here is a look at the step involved in cropping photos using Photoshop:

Step 1 - Open the Image You Need to Change

Open Adobe Photoshop and open the image that you would like to work with.

Step 2 - Select the Crop Tool

Crop tool is available in the Photoshop toolbox, on the left side. Select this tool from the toolbox and click the area of the image that you would like to crop off.

Step 3 - Select the Area that needs to be cropped

Drag down with the tool so that you can cover the entire area where the image has to be cropped.

Step 4 - Make adjustments to the cropped section

Make adjustments to the area that you wish to crop by resizing the crop tool handles or by just dragging the selection area wherever required. The image that is selected will be the new image and the dimmed area will be that part of the image that is not selected.

Step 5 - Complete Image Cropping

You can select the green check mark in the toolbar at the top of the screen to complete the selection. You will see the cropped portion of the image showing up separately and you can work on it and save it as a separate file.

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