Nikon D7500 Photos


How To Crop Photos On Nikon D7500

Nikon D7500 has the amazing Trim tool, which allows users to crop images directly in-camera. To bring the object in focus, you can trim away the edges and margins of an image. This quick feature will allow the object of the photo to be the focus of attention.

Click on a photo to open the Retouch menu. Select the Trim option. The following options will appear on your screen:

Step 1: Set the Crop Aspect Ratio

To crop photographs clicked, the user can choose from the following crop aspect ratios: 3:2, 4;3, 5:3, 5:4, 1:1, and 16:9. You can see the original aspect ratio of the image in the upper-right corner of the Nikon D7500 screen.

Step 2: Adjust the Crop Frame Size

There are many sizes of crop available, so you can pick the one that suits your aspect ratio. The original size of your frame will determine the crop size. The screen will show the current size of your photo in the upper-left corner. You can change the size of the crop frame in Nikon D7500 using a variety of techniques.

  • Reduce the cropping frame by clicking on the Reduce symbol. Each tap decreases the frame size.
  • To increase the cropping area, press the Zoom button.

Step 3: Reposition the Cropping Frame

To adjust the angle of the frame, click on the up, down, left, and right buttons on the screen. This will allow you to focus on the object of your photograph. After you have finished editing your image, you must use the Trim option to trim it. The changes made using Trim cannot be undone using the Retouch Tools menu.

Step 4: Save the Final Image:

Save the final image after cropping and editing. Once you have finished editing and cropping your image to get it to the correct frame size, tap the OK button at the bottom of the editing screen. The OK button allows you to save your final edits and croppings. The smart camera saves the image in JPEG format and ensures that it is saved with the same image quality as the original. You can also use the Fine Setting to save a JPEG image from a raw file. Image Overlay is the exception to this rule. The camera merges two raw files and saves them as one file.


When cropping images before printing them, it is important to ensure that you generate the appropriate printing pixel. To get a print of the photo from your camera, make sure you keep an eye on the pixel count each time you crop or reduce the image. The Nikon D7500 is unique among all generations of cameras and has many exciting features that make it stand out.

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