You should see only a few options left. The one that matters is the Crop selection option, found to the right of the text box to the left.5. You can always get to a previous crop in the file by double-clicking on a cropped area or dragging with your mouse.6. Here, we'll zoom in and crop the top layer to the edge of the paper. Then we will crop the middle layer and the left edge of the paper back to its original size.7. To delete the crop, click on the Delete icon next to the crop icon. Don't worry about the rest of the button's contents yet. Click on the Save button below the crop button to save the file. How To Crop Photos in iOS 8.3/iPhone 6S/5S (iOS 11) — Apple Support News Oct 17, 2023 — Crop your Photos in iOS/iPhone and Instagram and use Photo Booth to save the images to your Camera Roll, so that you can access them later using iOS Devices and/or Photos apps. How to crop a photo with iOS 11 — Applesauce May 11, 2023 — Create a custom layout before cropping. You will see how to resize, crop, rotate, add borders and adjust the image. How to crop a picture with Photos in Mac OS X — Tuts+ Nov 18, 2023 — Open Photocells with your image in a new window to start cropping. Photocells for Mac: How to crop a picture on Mac — Tuts+ Dec 19, 2023 — Open the photo into Photocells and you can do different types of image editing to the image. You can then crop the image and add borders, watermark, add a watermark and so on. How to Crop Photos with Mac OS X — Time hop Apr 30, 2023 — With Apple Photos cropping in the background, it's important to choose a suitable view to crop to. In the case of pictures in different sizes, such as in iPhones, cropping is done to the view of the original image. You can then apply the resulting effect by turning the image upside down by using Ctrl+Command+J, or left to right with Command+J. You can also move the image around with the arrow keys on your keyboard. How to Crop Photos with Mac OS X — Factories Dec 18, 2023 — Select the image in the Preview app and drag to crop it.