Tutorial: How To Crop Your Photos Using Cropp.Me

Tutorial: How To Crop Your Photos Using Cropp.Me

It seems that these days almost everybody is working with photos one way or another. Whether you are a graphic designer working on portfolio or a blogger trying to enrich it’s post with vivid photographs, basic photo editing is something everybody should know how to do. Simple things like cropping, fixing color, red eye issues or inserting text are pretty easy to do, but even they can be pricey if you are not familiar with free apps that allow you to perform these actions.

Professional programs such as Photoshop will set you back couple of hundred dollars and let’s face it – you probably don’t need such a sophisticated piece of software for simple image editing. Microsoft Paint can be also used as a substitute, but what if you aren’t a PC user?

Online Tools Will Save The day!

Nowadays, almost everything can be done on the Internet. Free software is just a few clicks away and there is really no need to spend any money to get all the perks of good image editing tools. One such tool is Cropp.Me, a service familiar to Domain.Me bloggers who use it often in order to crop those beautiful images you see on our blog. Today, we decided to present you with a tutorial oh how to use this nifty web service which is by the way totally free!

Cropping Images With Cropp.Me

In order to crop your images, you first have to go to www.cropp.me website and make sure you have your pictures ready for cropping. There, you will find a pretty easy-to-work-with interface which will let you upload your pictures to their service for further processing.


After you upload your pictures, the service will automatically detect the best resolution for the crop and it will also suggest you several different sizes which may suite your needs. Using clever algorithms the service will center the main object and offer you a perfect crop – every single time.


If for some reason you’d rather prefer a custom crop, you can always enter your desired width and height and choose the best position for your crop. After you are satisfied with your crops (and you can edit several images at once), you can download them directly to your computer and upload them to wherever you need them. It’s really that simple!


Marko Mudrinić

Marko is an undergraduate student based in Belgrade. Majoring in Journalism he's interested in digital publishing, startups and new technology. He currently writes for Balkan's leading Internet magazine Netokracija about local startups scene.

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