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Twitter improves image crops, happy users flood site with vertical photos – CNET

“No bird too tall.” Artists and photographers rejoice at the change, as do Twitter users who want to post photos of wookiees and tall hats.



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Giraffes and Chewbacca are having their best day ever. 
Twitter on Wednesday rolled out improvements to the way images are viewed and posted, and joyful users quickly deluged the platform with vertical photos that previously might have shown up in timelines with an odd or unfortunate crop. 
Now, when users tweet a photo uploaded with their iOS or Android device, it will appear in the timeline in its entirety. Plus, users can preview what an image will look like in the tweet composer pre-post rather…

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