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Crop

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Resize to original

I'm just wondering, if you want to crop the image, why do you want to resize it back up later? Depending upon how much you crop it, that could result in serious quality loss.

But anyway, cropping would be the first step. No use in wasting RAM to process alterations to portions of the image you will just be cutting off later.

Next, it all depends upon the image. I just did a test to see what happens to the image depending upon which you do first, and I was unable to notice a significant difference. There was a little more depth in an area with extreme brightness, but other than that, there was no difference between the two.

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