I shoot 'x' amount of images at a wedding and then cull them down to 200 proofs. I get the images right in ACR (using bridge now) and then batch to full size jpg. From there I batch the the jpg's with an action that crops them down to 7X5" which is the printed proof size. The client gets their 200 7X5" proofs and cd's with both full size images and cropped (7X5)images. So far so good. Along comes CS2 with a cropping/rotating ability in ACR. I'm finding this tool very useful, sometimes a tiny crop can improve a picture (especially when you have a damn 90% viewfinder). Problem is that when the pictures get to the cropping action, if I've already cropped into the picture then I get left with white space around the photo. The action was made for full size files and crops that way eventhough I hadn't specified any DPI, just the L & W. I there any way to get around this, i.e. to set up a crop in an action which takes a 'large as possible' 7X5" crop from the middle of the image whatever it's size and DPI? I could size each crop as it comes through the action but I'm really trying my best to get away from the time spent on computer by getting the WB right at the time of shooting (with my new and V.V.Good WhiBal) and setting maximum amount of automation in PS. I'm very busy next month with about 9 weddings booked, 3 in 3 consecutive days, and I don't have the time or patience for too much ACR or PS work.