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How to Crop in Photoshop

One of the most (seemingly) basic tools in Photoshop is the venerable Crop Tool. Used to cut way portions of an image to only leave the desired area, the Crop Tool might appear to be simply a one-trick pony. However, there is a lot more to here than you might think. In this guide, I’m going to break down the various options for making the best use of the Crop Tool.

3 Basic Lightroom Editing Shortcuts for Cropping Photos

Cropping is the one editing function that we pretty much apply to almost every photograph that passes through Lightroom. Effective cropping is critically important for composition, setting the mood, and even optimizing photos for sharing on social media.

Fuji X-T3 vs Sony a6600: Comparing Autofocus, High ISO and More

If you can get past the lack of a full-frame sensor, the Fujifilm X-T3 and Sony a6600 are two of the most compelling and full-featured mirrorless cameras on the market today. So while everyone is arguing over full-frame mirrorless, The Slanted Lens decided to do a little APS-C shootout to see which of these cameras is the better performer.

Teleconverter vs Crop Sensor: Why a Teleconverter is a Bad Decision

If you're a wildlife photographer, always aiming for more reach without sacrificing sharpness or shutter speed, this is a question you've probably asked yourself: Is it better to use a full-frame camera with a teleconverter, or switch to a crop sensor camera instead? Photographer Steve Perry has your answer.

Tip: Before You Rush from Crop to Full Frame, Look at Lenses First

When learning about photography and gear, we all come across these incredible images that have been taken on a wide variety of cameras... but usually with full frame cameras and quality glass. So people often think, "Oh. I need full frame to take these images!"

100% Crops of Photos from a 100MP Medium Format Camera

Phase One made a splash back some months back when it unveiled its 100-megapixel medium format camera system. To show the power of a 100MP medium format sensor, retoucher Pratik Naik has published a series of 100% crops from a recent shoot with the camera.

Full Frame vs Crop Sensor: Which is Better for Portraits?

If you shoot portraits and you're not sure if you should upgrade from the APS-C system you're using to that full-frame body you're coveting, read this first. Photographer Manny Ortiz gives you a side-by-side comparison between the APS-C Sony a6000 and the full frame Sony a7 II for portrait photography so you can see the difference for yourself.

Crop or Crap: Zack Arias Takes a Real-World Look at the Crop vs Full-Frame Debate

Zack Arias is a man who knows his gear inside and out. Switching multiple times between various companies, he’s seen almost everything there is to see in terms of equipment. In the past, he’s continuously praised full-frame sensors, for their quality and the aesthetic they’re known for.

But lately, as many you may know, he’s fallen in love with the FujiFilm X-Series. It’s this switch that lead him to realize that while full-frame most certainly has its benefits, crop sensors com with a myriad of their own benefits. In the above video he takes a look at both full-frame and crop sensors, giving his honest outlook and opinions on both.