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Photoshop - Cropping & WxH Ratio


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I normally shoot headshots and I had a friend set WxH ratio for me so if I crop, it moves the entire picture.  Well, my computer crashed and I had to reinstall and now have no idea how to do this.  I don't even know the dimensions.  Headshots are 8x10 or 6x9 and I'd like to be sure when I crop, I am preserving the subject and it's content.  Can you please how I can do this in photoshop.  Thank you!

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Yes, I already answered that.  That is a function of the Image Size dialog, it has nothing to do with cropping.

You should rarely need to use the Image Size dialog; and if you do, constrain proportions must always be checked, always.

You began this thread by asking about the crop tool, and I'm sure you're right - this is definitely about cropping, NOT about Image Size.

So I need to know more details about the requirements for these headshots, so I can help you further.

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