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Don"t forget, you can always crop out unwanted subject matter (CS4/CS5/CS6/CC)

Added on Thursday 4th of September 2014 01:14 am EST
 

Sometimes, no matter how carefully you compose a shot, some unwanted person, item, or area of the subject manages to end up in an otherwise good image, as shown in Figure A. Your first impulse may be to immediately delete it to make room for another photo. But before you reach for the delete button on your digital camera, you may instead want to offload your image, and reach for the Crop tool in Photoshop. This is especially true...