Last month, when I was reviewing some of my after pictures of the homes I had staged, I found one image that captured my eye. It wasn't what I would consider one of my "best." However, there was something about the picture that I liked.
Here's the photo that I'm referring to:
I had some time that day and decided to crop the photo. After playing around with it for a bit, I ended up with this:
FYI - I'm standing in the living room, looking into the dining room. You can also see the family room behind it. Without the orchid and candle sticks, it creates an entirely different look and feel to the image.
Here's how to crop your image using Ribbet:
Step 1: Go to Ribbet.com. The service is free. Go to the home tab and upload the image you'd like to crop.
Step 2: Position the box that appears over the area that you want included in the picture.
Step 3: In this image, you'll see the area of the image that I wanted to keep. When you've positioned your crop, click on apply.
Step 4: With the cropping done, you can add the watermark (text tab) as well as a frame.
It's really super easy. However, if anyone has any questions, please feel free to leave me a comment and I'll get it answered for you.