Crop-Crop is a Photoshop script/action for cropping photos. Isn't that already built into Photoshop, you may ask? Yes, but Crop-Crop comes with a lot of convenient sizes that you otherwise would have to define as presets. In addition, Crop-Crop lets you know whether the photo needs to be enlarged and allows you to set a color profile and dpi for your cropped photo.

Crop-Crop is free of charge. Yes, free!

Download and installing

To download Crop-Crop, simply click on the download button. This will download a file install-crop-crop.jsx.

To install Crop-Crop, double-click on install-crop-crop.jsx. This should launch Photoshop and ask if you want to install an action for Crop-Crop in the actions panel. (If you don't see the Action palette, you will find it under Window > Actions.)

If double-clicking doesn't work, you can also install Crop-Crop by doing File > Scripts > Browse... and choosing install-crop-crop.jsx.

Using Crop-Crop

Open a document and run the "Crop-Crop" action. It features different tabs for different uses, e.g., quickly allowing you to click on "20x30cm" to create a 20x30 cm crop. You can change the dpi to anything you'd like and optionally specify that you want the cropped photo converted to sRGB or Adobe RGB.


Crop-Crop is ©Kjell Post. Feel free to contact me if you are in need of Photoshop scripting.