I am working on a research project at the moment that requires me to use photoshop.

I have ten different images that are all screen grabs from google maps. I would like to crop all the images to remove any google elements such as logo, areial view in the corner.

I know how to use the crop tool but am just wondering how to make sure they are all same size - or cropped the same amount? as i would like to add some text to each image after cropping - these 'new' images will then be printed 6 X 4 size.

Any help would be great!

  • You do understand that technically you are not legally allowed to do this.
    – joojaa
    Dec 18, 2019 at 14:42
  • Hi @joojaa it's for a non-commercial (temporary) college project, I thought this would be covered under fair use?
    – heroZero
    Dec 18, 2019 at 15:13

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I would paste each image to a layer in one psd-file then crop that file. Then use "export as..." on each layer (plus text).

  • Thanks Mikael!!
    – heroZero
    Dec 16, 2019 at 20:11

I recommend Irfanview for this.

You can put all your photos into a folder, view one of them in irfanview, "T" for thumbnails for all photos, then select all, then "b" for batch processing, there's a button "advanced", inside you'll find "crop" and "add overlay text" and "add watermark image", and all of them have options of cut from where and cut how much ( in pixels).

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