Ever wished you'd left more of the landscape in the photo, instead of cropping so tightly? AntiCrop helps you out by extending the edges of your photos beyond the frame
A new app for iOS devices will ingeniously create new parts of photographs to expose more of the landscape beyond your closely cropped smiling faces.
The AntiCrop app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch does the opposite of cropping your photos by extending the edges beyond the original frame. The app comes in handy if you haven't left enough space between the the subject and the landscape or if you need to rotate a photo without losing the corners.
So how does it work? Well you simply drag out the lines to extend the edge of the photo and the app does the rest by making its best approximation of what the new space would look like based on what's already within the frame.
The 69p AntiCrop app makes a pretty stellar effort of filling in the gaps, and if you're not happy with the results you can export it to a photo editing app to cover the mistakes.
This is the first app of its kind, that we're aware of, so it's definitely worth checking out.