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Image trimming apparatus










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8116535.

The present invention provides an image trimming apparatus, comprising: a reading device which reads out an original image to be trimmed from an original recording device in which the original image is recorded; a display device which displays an image based on the read out original image; a manual trimming indicating device which indicates a trimming region by a manual operation with respect to the image displayed on the displaying device; an automatic trimming indicating device which, when the read out original image includes a face image of a person, automatically indicating a predetermined trimming region having the face image at the time of the manual operation; and a trimming device which cuts out the image within the trimming region indicated by the manual trimming indicating device or the automatic trimming indicating device from the original image of the image displayed on the displaying device.








 
 
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