How to crop ?
All photo editing software allows you to crop a photo. Find the Crop tool within the software and you are usually presented with a menu of frame sizes such as 8x10 portrait, 8x10 landscape, 6x4, 5x7, etc. Simply choose the crop size you want and move the cursor to the image. A small rectangle should appear and then you can drag the corners in or out to decrease or increase the crop area. If you want to move the frame to a different area of the photo, simply click somewhere within the frame and drag the frame around the image to the desired spot.
This image is in Landscape Format (i.e. it is wider than it is tall). There is plenty of subject matter within it to allow it to be cropped in a variety of ways.
Here I have cropped the right hand side of the photo and changed it to a portrait mode frame. The coloured bags are placed 2/3 of the way in to the photo as a visual barrier to stop the viewers eyes wandering out of the photo.
Here I have cropped in on the left of the photo to concentrate on the detail of the baskets. Note that the more you crop in for detail, the more image quality decreases and you end up with less pixels to see.
Another crop to provide detail. This time a more central area.