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Crop Tool Changes

I love Photo RAW, but the crop tool drives me crazy sometimes (it’s the little things!) Can you please consider the following:

  • When selecting the crop tool, can the aspect ratio default to the original ratio of the photo, rather than freeform? I frequently crop to the same aspect ratio for a majority of my photos.
  • When cropping can you make it so the orientation changes from landscape to portrait depending on how you drag the crop handles, rather than pressing the swap button – basically make it like the Lightroom crop tool.

Thanks for your consideration.

8 comments on “Crop Tool Changes”

  1. On November 21, 2018 at 4:12 am Gus Panella wrote:

    +1 on the above comments… also the “create the crop size” , then “move the picture around inside the crop” seems a bit back wards… “Creating/adjusting the crop” then “moving the crop around” certainly seems move intuitive.

    1. On November 23, 2018 at 5:13 am hansita60 replied:

      Ditto, it drives me crazy to have to go over this time and time again. At least start with original ratio, which I think is the most used one anyhow. And once selected keep it there, till manually changed. Please pretty please!!

  2. On December 2, 2018 at 5:44 am joke wrote:

    It would be nice if you could add and save proportions yourself. For example, I like to crop to a panorama view, 9×4 or 9×3

  3. On February 25, 2019 at 5:18 am Chris Taylor wrote:

    Maintaining the aspect ratio by default would work for me. What drives me most nuts about the way it works now is;

    – I add a layer and pull up another photo for the additional layer

    – I use the move tool to resize the layer. Since it is a photo with people, I want the aspect ratio to be maintained. If I hold the shift key while resizing, everything is fine. But…

    – if I forget to hold down the shift key, the aspect ratio is not maintained.

    – then – REALLY UGLY – the only thing I can do is undo (ctrl-Z) and then entire layer is dropped and I have to add the layer again.

    – in the very least, allow Ctrl-Z to only affect the resize action.

  4. On March 22, 2019 at 11:46 am Joseph Gamble wrote:

    Default to original aspect ration if the image has not been cropped. If an image has been previously cropped, resort to the last used aspect ration for that image.

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