Introduction: Why Would Someone Send You a Cropped Image And What Can Be Done About It?
Regardless of why someone sent you a cropped image, you are probably wondering what to do to fix it. In this post, I’m going to explain how to uncrop a photo someone sent you and why it’s important. There are many methods for fixing cropped images, but the two most common are “Crop and Restore” or “Restore.” I’ll go over the differences between these methods and give you step-by-step instructions on which one should be used based off of what your image is like.
Crop and Restore: The “Crop and Restore” method involves cutting out the part of the photo you want to fix (the part, in this case, that has been cropped) and pasting it back into the photo where it originally was. The main problem with this method is figuring out how to make sure that the cropping is exact. Depending on the size of your photo, this can be extremely difficult. Even if you choose the perfect spot to cut out all you can do is hope that it’s exactly where you want it.
Cropping an Image to Fit Your Desired Image Size
Some email providers will automatically shrink large images down to fit within the confines of your message box. This is not always beneficial because there may be unwanted parts of the image that get cut off. In addition, you may have a need for the original image and therefore should not cut it. You can crop the image to your specifications and then forward it on to anybody you want.
1.Find the image within your email. Click on it one time if you need to open it up in a new window or tab so you can navigate around the page while cropping the photo.
2.Open up your preferred graphics editor, such as Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro, and then drag and drop the opened photo from your browser onto an empty canvas in your graphics editor window.
3.Crop the image. You may need to use the Pen tool if your image is not perfectly rectangular but if it has curved edges or other distortions, then you can choose the crop tool instead.
How Do You Get the Cropped Photo Back?
Decide which parts of the photo you want to keep and which you want to discard. Keeping certain parts may be up to you, but in some cases, the program can automatically detect what is important within the photo and highlight it. Once it is in the program, you can use the crop tool to select and remove parts of the image, or you can use the regular selection tools. Another feature is cropping to individual pixels. Once these tools are in place and you have decided which parts of the photo you want to keep, move on to the next section.
If you want the cropped photo back, follow these steps:
Export your changed photo with a file name that includes a specific number in brackets and include it in an e-mail. You can also save it with a “.png” extension to be viewed on a computer’s web browser.
If the cropped image is too large, you can resize it by using one of the many image-editing programs. For example, Mac OS X comes with “Image Capture” and Windows comes with “Windows Imaging”.
Note that some programs are easier to use than others for cropping images. Mac OS X comes with a free editing software called “Image Capture” which works well for cropping photos.
Computer Programs that Can Help You Uncrop Photos
Check out the following site for a Free program that can help you uncrop any kind photo, including removing redeye!
This program can also do other photo adding and effects, like captions or drawings! You can even make a photo collage with easy to use templates. It’s a lot of fun and looks great on social media too!
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