If you are using the BatchPhoto Pro program to edit your digital photos, you may run into a little trouble when it comes to cropping. This program is not like most programs. You can’t just draw a box and click the Crop button to crop photos. In this program, you have to crop photos using measurements and left and right options. This guide will show you how to crop photos in BatchPhoto Pro.
It may be best for you to open a photo that you can practice on. That way, you won’t mess anything up. If you want to use a photo that you already have open and needs cropping, that’s fine. Just make sure you don’t save it unless you have it cropped right.
After you have the photo opened that you want to crop, you will need to open the crop panel. Follow these steps to open that panel. On the left side of your BatchPhoto Pro program, you will see a row of tabs. Find the Add Filter tab and click it. Your program will now change and you will see the Filters box in the middle of the program. Beside the Filters box, you will see Add Filter, Edit, and Remove. Click the Add Filter button.
You are now going to see the Filter box open. In the filter box will be four categories on the left. Look for the Transform category and click it. You will now see all of the available tools in the Transform category. Find the Crop tool and click it. Click Add to close the box and load the crop tool settings.
In your crop tool box, you will see the original photo and a photo in the Preview box. Watch this photo as you are making your changes because this is how your photo will look. In the crop tool box, you will see the Left option, right option, and the width and height option. First, you will need to click the left or right option to start cropping. Then you can change the size of the width and height to complete the cropping. You may have to play around with these four settings to crop the photo the way you want it. That is why I recommended practicing before using a good photo.
After you have the photo cropped the way you want it, you can apply the settings. To apply them, you will need to click the OK button. The crop tool will close and you will be returned to your filter panel.