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  • Lori Colby

    Free portrait photography cropping guide, from Digital Camera World.

  • Iwona Stankiewicz

    photo crop guide

  • Andi Mac

    Free portrait photography cheat sheet: guide to cropping portraits. Green is good, red is bad.

  • Lana Anderson

    Portrait Cropping Guide: Framing your subject up for a portrait can sometimes be difficult. A poorly cropped photo can make all the difference when it comes to portraits. To help you out, here’s a little cropping guide shown from Digital Camera World that shows where to crop and where not to crop. Green lines mean it’s a good place to crop; red a bad place to crop.

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