To trim or discard one or more edges of an image in an image-editing program. Cropping can be done when taking a picture, by changing position (moving closer or farther away) to exclude parts of a scene.
A tool available from the Tool Palette that allows you to cut unwanted edges from an image. Tool Palette button= looks like two squares (rulers with 90 degree angles) with the ends over lapping each other.
To change the composition of a picture by cutting part of it out. A picture may be cropped to remove undesired background, to create more impact or to adjust the photograph to available space on the printed page.
To cut the size of an illustration or photo in order to improve its appearance by removing extraneous areas or to cut the size of a photo to use only a section of it. Cropping is performed not by actually cutting, but by the printer masking, or covering, those unwanted areas. Crop marks are placed on the illustration or photo as a guide for the printer.
Originally the word crop as an alternative to haircut, without any specific meaning to the style of the cut. However it has come to be a description of hair that is cut very short with the hair hugging the head.
Using a tool (as in Photoshop or other painting program) to draw a line around the area of an image that you want, and "cropping" by clicking inside of the area. This procedure varies from program to program, but most of them have an option to adjust the canvas size or area of the image, which has the same effect.
To crop a photograph means to frame the image so that unwanted parts of the scene are excluded from the final print. It is best to crop the picture while taking the photo. Photographs can also be cropped when printing using the enlarger, or afterwards with a paper cutter.
Cropping a picture simply means to cut out a portion of the picture. For example, you may have extraneous details in your picture you do not want to display or print, so you "crop" it out. Notice, no enlargement is performed when you crop a picture. Often, you will read the term "100% crop" and all it means is that the photographer does not want to post the complete picture (could be 3MB+ in size) and so crops out the relevant part and post that as a "100% crop." No enlargement or reduction performed.
The removal of certain portions of an illustration, a photograph, or other similar type of graphic element. This may be done to better fit the image into the final design, or to remove any unwanted or unneeded graphic element.
The process of changing a photograph's original size/dimension by trimming the edges or background. Cropped photos can help to place emphasis on the subject of the photo Cropping can also allow you to fit more photographs on a given page.
to trim unwanted parts of an image - altering the boundaries of a finished photograph by trimming or masking the photographâ€¢ can be done manually with scissors or paper cutter or using image editing softwareâ€¢ a scrapbook party where people work on their scrapbooks, share layouts, brainstorm new ideasâ€¢ party hosted by a scrapbook expert who shares techniques, products and information with the group
A term used for a gathering of Scrapbookers to work on their albums, and page layouts...'A Crop'. Can also be a formally hosted event with an expert who shares techniques, products, and information with the group.
1. To cut or trim off the unwanted portions of a photo, and 2. A social event where scrapbookers get together to work on their scrapbooking projects. Come out to one of our Crops and see what it's all about
To cut off portions of the photo you don't wish to see. The ease with which the photographer can now crop and zoom a photo is, to many minds, one of the greatest single advantages of digital photography. Dintwise provides a special tool for cropping which is simple, fast and extremely accurate. Cropped areas are shown dimmed, which makes it really easy to adjust accurately. And of course, because of Dintwise' unique design, you save the settings rather than the photo (unless you want to) which means you can change your mind later and crop it quite differently or even uncrop it altogether
Crop or cropping refers to the process of positioning an image to ensure that unwanted portions of the image are removed during the printing process. Cropping is also a way to properly proportion your final artwork before approving your print job.
In order to eliminate portions of the copy, photograph or artwork, cropmarks are placed on the original or overlay to indicate which portions are to be eliminated. Careful cropping can save money in the final separation stage because color separations are billed for their final reproduction size on film, not just the portion being used at the printing stage.
To trim one or more of a picture's edges, or to place one or more of the edges of an image so that only part of a subject can be seen within the image. Often used to improve or redefine the composition or focal point of a work.
Thin-walled, elastic sac in the esophagus where food is temporarily stored and can be regurgitated to feed chicks. In parrot chicks that have just been fed, the crop is an obvious rounded, distended pouch.
A thin-walled expanded portion of the alimentary tract used for the storage of food prior to digestion that is found in many animals, including gastropods, earthwormsWorm World: About Earthworms- http://yucky.discovery.com/flash/worm/pg000102.html, leechesR. T. Sawyer, Leach Biology and Behaviour, Volume II - http://www.biopharm-leeches.com/pdf/bioandbehav.pdf, insects, and birds.
Artificial aid by which the rider may emphasize and back up the natural aids of seat and legs. Used to encourage reluctant or lazy horses to move forward. Sometimes used to punish. See also whip and bat.
Compliance Registered Options Principal. The individual designated by a broker-dealer to be responsible for options related compliance matters such as approval of advertising and sales literature. The CROP generally does not supervise registered reps. See also: Registered Options Principal (ROP).