How to Crop your Subject's Body The Right Way - When our brains don't receive the visual information that we expect to see, it tends to creep us out. That's the effect that usually happens in photography and photo editing whenever a person's body is cropped at the joints. hat's not to say that you should never crop at the joint. In some situations, that might be an intentional choice that's better suited for the particulars of your photo.
Select a Region to CropThere are many reasons to crop an image; for example, fitting an image to fill a frame, removing a portion of the background to emphasize the subject, etc. There are two methods to activate the crop tool. Click the button in the Toolbox, or use Tools → Transform Tools → Crop in the image window. This changes the cursor and allow you to click and drag a rectangular shape. The button in the toolbox is the easiest way to get to any of the tools.
For the past decade, Simon Beck has been decorating the Alps with his stunning mathematical drawings, created by running in snowshoes across freshly laid snow. Each image takes him up to 11 hours to make and covers an area about 100m x 100m, requiring him to travel up to 25 miles as he marks out the pattern.