When you crop an image, do you just cut out what you want and leave it at that, or do you try to maintain the 6x8 (or whatever the case may be) proportions of the image? I can see the artistic merits of doing a square crop, for example, but what about if you have a series of images, all of which need some cropping and you want to maintain continuity? I have some photos I like, but they only work well when they've been cropped quite a bit. They've been scanned at a high resolution so I'm not losing any noticable quality when I crop and resize... at least as far as my eyes can tell. But they're all cropped with different proportions and that's bugging me. Anyway, I'm getting redundant. How do you usually handle situations like this? Keep trimming till they're all proportioned the same or let each image stand on it's own merit? :?: TIA.