You will find that Photoscape has a lot to offer. One of the things you will find that it has to offer is the crop tool. If you need to crop a photo, you can do so right in Photoscape. In this tutorial, I will walk you through the steps of cropping photos in Photoscape. You will need to begin by loading your Photoscape program.
Opening Your Photo You Want to Crop in Photoscape
Start by opening the photo you want to crop. By the way, you should be in the Editor section of Photoscape. To open your photo, click the folder in the top, left panel with the photo you want to edit. In the bottom, left panel, you will see the photos that are in the folder you selected. Click the photo and it will load in the panel on the right.
Selecting Your Crop Tool in Photoscape
Now that your photo is opened, you will need to open your crop tool. In the bottom panel, you will see the different tabs. Look for the Crop tab and click it. The panel will change and you will see the crop information.
Cropping Your Photo in Photoscape
To crop your photo, you will need to use your mouse to draw the box over the part of the photo you want to keep. Start from the top, left corner of the photo, holder your mouse down, and drag it over the part you want to keep. When you are finished, you can edit the crop box by dragging the corners of the box. To crop the photo, click the Crop button in the bottom panel. The photo will then be cropped and you can continue to edit the photo or save the changes you have made.
If you need more help with using your Photoscape program, please see my other tutorials and they will walk you through quite a bit in Photoscape.