This week’s Photoshop tutorial is a quick one! I’m still working through organizing 2015’s photos (yeah, I know it’s 2017, I’m way behind!) As I’m organizing the photos I’m choosing my favorite pictures, editing and cropping as I go. So this week’s tutorial is how to use the crop tool in Photoshop.
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How to use the crop tool in Photoshop
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