To crop or straighten images in Camera Raw In the Camera Raw dialog box, select the Crop tool or Straighten tool . (Optional) If you want the crop area constrained to specific proportions, click the Crop tool icon and choose a proportion from the pop‑up menu. Choosing Custom opens the Custom Crop dialog box, where you can specify the proportions or the dimensions of the crop. Click OK. Do one of the following: To crop the image, drag the Crop tool over the image. To straighten the image, drag the Straighten tool in the preview image to establish what’s horizontal or vertical. (Optional) To adjust the crop area, do one of the following: To scale or rotate the crop area, drag just outside the bounding box handles. To move the crop area, click in the bounding box and drag. If you selected several images in the Camera Raw dialog box, they are all cropped to the same size, with the crop applied in the same position. Note: To cancel the crop operation, press Esc with the Crop tool selected or click the Crop tool and choose Clear Crop from the pop‑up menu. To cancel the crop and close the Camera Raw dialog box without processing the camera raw image file, click the Cancel button or deselect the Crop tool and press Esc. Click Open, Done, or Save to apply the crop and process the camera raw image file.
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Although your EOS 600D does not support digital zoom, while shooting, the same effect can be reached when the picture is already on the memory card. If you want to zoom in later (Crop) please shoot in RAW (or RAW + JPG) Only then all details will be preserved. Later you then can crop the part you wanted to have in the first place. I know your camera can crop the pictures you want to print from the camera. I'm not sure you also can edit RAW pictures and later save them (cropped) as a jpg.
You will need to go into your Paint program in Accessories or you can use another Photo program if you have one on your computer. You open the file by clicking on it and once you get it, then you will probably need to 'crop' it. There should be a tool on the bar that will change the cursor to a '+' mark and place the cursor on the picture while holding the left mouse button draw a box around the picture for as much of it as you want. Then let go and hit enter and it should crop/cut the part in the center out. Once you do this remember to save it with a .jpg ending. Then go back and import it into Facebook. If it is still too big you can do it again and you can also change the resolution to make the file smaller. I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.
Right click on the picture and then open with paint.... In the paint you will see a dotted square with name Select....select it....and mark the portion in the photo which you want to crop out....after marking right click and then again select Crop....save whrever you want...
You have to choose area effects tab first, click on the area (aprox) where you are going to crop, then choose crop and orientation tab and do your croping. I don't know why it works like this, but this has solved the problem for me.