To crop images in Photoshop Elements, click the “Crop Tool” in the Toolbox. Then select the “Crop Tool” in the Tool Options Bar. Then set the tool’s options within the Tool Options Bar. To change the pixel resolution of the cropped image, type a value into the “Resolution” field.
How do I crop elements?
Using the Crop tool in Elements
- Select the Crop tool from the Tools panel in either Edit Full or Edit Quick mode. …
- Specify your aspect ratio and resolution options on the Options bar. …
- Drag around the portion of the image you want to retain and release the mouse button.
How do I crop an image to a specific size in Photoshop Elements?
You can also crop an image to a specific size and resolution.
- 2From the Fix drop-down menu, choose Full Photo Edit or Edit Quick. …
- 3Select the Crop tool and choose an option from the Aspect Ratio drop-down menu on the Option bar. …
- 4Enter the desired image resolution in the Resolution field.
What is resizing in Photoshop?
Resizing images without resampling. When you resize an image and do not resample it, you change the image’s size without changing the amount of data in that image. Resizing without resampling changes the image’s physical size without changing the pixel dimensions in the image.
How do I crop a specific area in Photoshop?
To make a crop selection, hold down the left mouse button and drag a rectangle across the image.
- With the pointer inside the selection, double-click your mouse.
- With the pointer outside the selection, right-click the mouse and select Crop.
- Open the Image menu and select Crop.