Note: When cropping in Photoshop, I always leave “Delete Crop Pixels” unchecked. Doing so allows you to choose a different framing or aspect ratio later (utilizing the previously cropped portion of the image) if desired. [Sean]
From the f64 Academy YouTube Channel:
In today’s tutorial, I have the perfect candidate for this feature. I have a horizon that is WAY off due to composing the scene in camera rather quickly while the waves were approaching me. If I tried to fix the horizon in ACR, I lost a killer composition because it cut off the top of the trees and grounded the eye of the viewer. However, when I brought it into Photoshop and checked the content aware crop button, it made a WORLD of difference.
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