Ash_Mills_Photography's profile

518 Messages

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9.7K Points

Fri, Jul 31, 2020 8:14 PM

Camera Raw - add classic mode to crop tool

Would be lovely if the engineers could possibly add the option of Classic Mode for the crop tool in ACR to match that in Ps for anyone that prefers that.

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5 Messages

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122 Points

1 y ago

Agree!

19 Messages

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518 Points

1 y ago

yes

1 Message

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102 Points

1 y ago

I agree. My work requires me to open hundreds of photos at a time and I only need to perform a crop on them. With the old ACR I could have the crop tool selected, crop and then switch to the next photo with the arrow key. Now pressing the arrow key shifts the cropped area so I have to use the mouse to click on the next image which slows down my work process immensely. Is there any possibility of reverting that feature or at least making some other key do the jumping to the next photo?

19 Messages

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518 Points

1 y ago

Stop it Ash! Stop it right now!

You are upsetting Mr Rodgers with your common sense approach! ;-)

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70 Points

10 m ago

The current crop tool is rubbish.

Not only that but it is slow .

I thought that might have been Due to my 2011 MBP

just got a Del XPS 15  and guess what its still slow and rubbish

2 Messages

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70 Points

10 m ago

Can we please please please have an option for the old really simple and fast crop tool that was in CC2015

63 Messages

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894 Points

3 m ago

For those of you wanting to influence Adobe to change the ACR cropping tool to at least have a legacy/classic option so that you are moving the tool, not the photo behind the tool, please jump to this thread: https://feedback.photoshop.com/conversations/camera-raw-and-dng/camera-raw-revert-cropping-behavior/5f95f2084833934b896f122c?page=1 and hit the upvote at the top. Adobe is monitoring this thread to see if there is enough interest in changing the cropping behavior. The more votes and comments we get, the more they will realize that many, many professional photographers find the new cropping tool to be clunky and inefficient at best - like holding your pen still, but moving the paper to try to sign your name.