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Lightroom 5 tutorial: Using the aspect ratio crop overlay

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I was watching The Art of Seeing - Nature Photography Class with Frans Lanting on CreativeLive and saw something so I looked it up.

Lightroom 5 tutorial: Using the aspect ratio crop overlay | lynda.com
In Lightroom click the Crop icon and type O. Now you can see all the different aspect ratios. Enjoy! S-
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Post by minniev »

thanks, I've never discovered this trick so now have to try it!
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minniev wrote:
Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:14 pm
thanks, I've never discovered this trick so now have to try it!
I was working with it last night, keep clicking O until you reach the aspect ratio overly! S-
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Good to know! Thanks, Steve! :thanks:
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Charles Haacker wrote:
Wed Mar 14, 2018 2:24 pm
Good to know! Thanks, Steve! :thanks:
I think for me, it just helps me see the choices, I can still control it from there. Enjoy! S-
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