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If you’re printing a portrait or landscape image, the image is much easier to manipulate in Photoshop if you crop the image first. Cropping an image in Photoshop can be as simple as choosing Image⇒Image Size⇒Crop and setting the crop size (from your original image). If you’re altering the image to meet a specific print size, such as an 8″ × 10″, it’s easier to crop the image first. Cropping and resizing an image is covered in more detail in the next section.

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In this Photoshop Elements tutorial, we will learn how to crop an image using Photoshop Elements.

What is Cropping and why is it useful?

Cropping is the process of selecting a portion of an image while saving the image to the clipboard and then pasting it in an image editing program like Photoshop, GIMP or Corel.

One of the primary uses of cropping is to save space in your photo collections. When you want to share a photo on social media or email it to a friend, cropping the image to a smaller size will save the image file size and preserve the quality of the image.

In this Photoshop Elements tutorial, we will learn how to crop a landscape or portrait image.

Step 1: Select a Landscape or Portrait Cropping Sizes in Photoshop Elements

Open up your image. To crop it, drag the red rectangle on to the area on your image that you want cropped. For a head-on portrait, it will be easier if you place the cropping box directly over the nose of the face.

Step 2: Save the Cropped Image

Select the File > Save As dialog box. It’s best to have an exact file size for your cropped images. If you know your particular image will be x pixels wide, select “x” for width.

Make sure you specify the exact file name you want to save the cropped image as. For web use, it is best to use the web resolution size.

For web use, it is best to use the web resolution size. For quality printing purposes it is best to use the print resolution size, based on your print requirements. Note: If you crop the image in Photoshop, you can have the cropped image save the cropped image, but it will save the original as well.

Step 3: Adjust Your Cropped Image

To ensure the quality of your cropped image, it is best to “apply” the selection once you are happy with the crop and then save the cropped image.

Do this by selecting the cropped image and clicking on “Image” > “Adjustments” > “Crop”.

Step 4: Resize Your Cropped Image

If you wish to resize your cropped image, do it from Image > Adjustments > Resize. You can also crop and then resize the image.

This tutorial will cover both: (1)

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Paraíso or Paraíso Metropolitano may refer to:
Paraíso (Brazil), a city in Minas Gerais state, Brazil
Paraíso, Goiás, Brazil
Paraíso, Paraná, Brazil
Paraíso, Peru
Paraiso, Venezuela
Paraíso, Colombia, a town and municipality in the Cesar Department
Paraiso, Ecuador, a place in Pichincha Province, Ecuador
Paraiso, El Salvador, a town in Morazán Department, El Salvador
Paraíso, Togo, a village in Nampakpara district, Togo

See also
Paraiso Beach
Paraiso Beach (disambiguation)
Paraiso Gardens (disambiguation)AK-47

The AK-47 (), often abbreviated as AK, is a semi-automatic rifle and carbine chambered for the 7.62×39mm cartridge. The rifle was designed in Russia by Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1947 as the 7.62×39mm Vychládka vz. 47 (“small-caliber rifle with telescopic sight, vz.47”). The rifle entered service with the Soviet Army in 1949. By the time it was discontinued in 1964, it had remained in production and use for nearly half a century. Although rarely used outside of Russia and former Soviet republics, the design remains one of the best-selling rifles in the world.

The origin of the AK-47 is unknown, although several theories exist. Russian born inventor Mikhail Kalashnikov wished to create a weapon that was “a good value for money”, and intended to bring the latest Soviet equipment to the Soviet Army in the Second World War, with a scope mounted with the weapon. He began to develop the weapon in January 1947, first producing a prototype in the Soviet Union in February the same year, and began production of the weapon in the USSR’s Tula Arsenal in February 1949. He bought a fully automatic variant from the Norinco state-owned plant in China and began working on the repair and production of ammunition for it. When, during the Korean War, the US Army adopted the.30 Caliber M1951 CAR (7.62×51mm NATO), this meant Kalashnikov’s weapon was no longer able to fire an M1951 cartridge as

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// *** WARNING: this file was generated by the Pulumi Terraform Bridge (tfgen) Tool. ***
// *** Do not edit by hand unless you’re certain you know what you are doing! ***

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Collections.Immutable;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using Pulumi.Serialization;

namespace Pulumi.Aws.WafV2.Inputs

public sealed class WebAclRuleStatementNotStatementStatementAndStatementStatementAndStatementStatementIpSetReferenceStatementGetArgs : Pulumi.ResourceArgs
/// The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the IP Set that this statement references.
[Input(“arn”, required: true)]
public Input Arn { get; set; } = null!;

/// The configuration for inspecting IP addresses in an HTTP header that you specify, instead of using the IP address that’s reported by the web request origin. See IPSet Forwarded IP Config below for more details.
[Input(“ipSetForwardedIpConfig”, required: true)]
public Input IpSetForwardedIpConfig { get; set; } = null!;

/// The area within the portion of the IP address that you want AWS WAF to inspect. Note that IP addresses are compared using the uncompressed version of the IP address.
[Input(“ipSetForwardedIpConfigId”, required: true)]
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