Hide Cropped

While cropping an image in the full Photoshop, the users can decide what to do with the cut areas - completely delete or just hide outside the document edges.

Unfortunately, Photoshop Elements users haven't got such a choice, so the cropped parts get irretrievably deleted anyway.

In case you're not 100% sure which areas of your photo should be discarded try the "Hide Cropped" script:

  1. Drag over the "useful" part of the image with the Rectangular Marquee tool, as shown on the screenshot.
  2. Launch the "Hide Cropped" script.

If, during the further work, you change your mind, adjust the layer position with the Move tool.

To get all the cut areas back, apply the "Image > Resize > Reveal All" command.

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