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Tue, Aug 9, 2011 7:30 PM

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Photoshop: Cropping in Camera Raw is not retained when going to Photoshop CS5

I open a JPG photo in Camera Raw. I crop the photo to 8X10. I make numerous other modifications to the photo. I depress "Alt" key, which opens a copy of the photo in Photoshop CS5. When I edit the photo in CS5, all of the modifications made in Camera Raw are still there, except for the crop. The photo is now 4X5. I have to crop it again.

Is this a JPG issue? The crop is maintained between Camera Raw and CS5 for Raw photos.

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10 y ago

Working fine for me with JPEGs or TIFFs (Mac OS). That is, if I assign a crop, then open image from ACR, I get the crop.

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10 y ago

I'm on Windows 7, 64-bit. Can't understand why it keeps all the rest and just picks on the crop.

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What happens if you just click "Open Image" without holding down the alt key?

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Are you committing the crop (hitting enter) before opening the file in Photoshop? It is working for me in Win 7, Leopard and Lion.

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10 y ago

Sorry for the slow response. Thanks for your responses.
1. I cropped a JPG image to 9X16 in CR. I committed the crop by clicking on the "hand" tool. I opened a copy of the image in CS5, check the Image Size, and it is 1X3.
2. I cropped a JPG image to 9X16 in CR. I committed the crop by hitting "Enter". I opened a copy of the image in CS5, check the Image Size, and it is 1X3.
3. I cropped a JPG image to 9X16 in CR. I committed the crop by hitting "Enter". I opened the image in CS5, no copy this time, check the Image Size, and it is 2X3.
4. I cropped a NEF image to 8X10 in CR. I committed the crop by hitting "Enter". I opened a copy of the image in CS5, check the image size, and it is 8.577X10.23.
5. I cropped a NEF image to 8X10 in CR. I committed the crop by hitting "Enter". I opened the image in CS5, no copy, check the image size, and it is 8.577X10.23.