I can't remember the exact thread is located, that I read this morning, where someone requested a C&C and in response a poster mentioned that the cropping of the photo might have affected the photo - as in made it appear a little fuzzy or something akin to that. This is the 3rd time I've heard that cropping a photo in PP can affect the overall quality of the image, but it was the first time I'd actually seen someone mention it out here. Is this always the case? I ask because I crop a lot of photos and I've never noticed a NOTICEABLE difference but perhaps that's because I'm just not as attuned to it as pixel peepers are. I crop photos for prints that I sell at local tourist traps (Maine is notorious for stuff like this, and who am I to complain...novice or not, they sell!) as well as the prints for photo card sets, etc. It's mostly images of flowers, lighthouses, and seascapes. It's a hard habit to break, especially seeing as how I have a penchant for centering almost everything (yeah I know, I need remedial photography lessons ASAP...rules of thirds, etc.), which is yet another hard habit to break. So what is the general consensus about this?