What to do if photos contain unnecessary margins

Not every photo comes out perfect, especially if we deal with scanned images or faxes. There are always details that need to be removed, cropped, or amended. Thankfully, command-line of ImageConverter Plus makes it easy to correct these natural mistakes. For example, a scanned image may often have unused margins. It is recommended to remove these margins by cropping digital images to the size that preserves the desired image parts. Image size will be reduced without changing image resolution, so images won’t be distorted. There are several options available via command-line of ImageConverter Plus. Use option “Crop method: margins” to crop white margins. The program will automatically find a rectangle containing pixels with color different from color specified in that option and will crop the margins from image. Thus, the quality of scanned images will be greatly improved.