When you upload an image in Picmaker, there are different ways of editing it to suit your needs. That includes cropping it, applying filters, adjusting its brightness, and a lot more.

But, let us go over it one by one because it can be overwhelming to do it all at the same time. In this article, we will learn how to crop an image in Picmaker.

Step 1: Log in to your Picmaker account and choose a template that you'd like to use. Alternatively, you can customize your design.

Step 2: Now, imagine you'd like to crop a chosen picture. To do it, click on the picture and notice how the borders of the picture get highlighted (refer to the screengrab below).

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Step 3: Now, you will notice the option to 'Crop' at the top-left of your screen. Click on it.

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Step 4: When you click on it, you will see black dashes which you can use to drag the four corners of an image inwards to shrink its size. You can even crop an image either from the top or from the bottom.

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Step 5: When you're done cropping the image, click on 'Apply' in the black box for the changes to take effect.

If you feel you might have overdone the cropping, simply hit 'Ctrl' + Z on your Windows keyboard or 'Command' + Z on your Mac keyboard. Or, click on 'Cancel' in the black box that accompanies an image to begin re-cropping an image.

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There you go. If you noticed, we have shrunk the picture of the gentleman in the last screengrab from the bottom. Now, you can move the image closer to the bottom to maintain the overall balance of the design frame.

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