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Opening Photo Thumbnail Rather Than Photo Itself

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I'm attempting to download a photo from the internet- the photo on the website is cropped, and when I download and open it the photo is cropped the same way, BUT in the thumbnail for the download, the photo is uncropped, with more to the photo than can be seen otherwise! Is there a way that I can effectively "uncrop" the photo, and download the picture that is in the thumbnail, as the data is obviously there somewhere?


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Not sure what kind of image you are downloading but most photo's can be found through https://images.google.com/i would upload the photo into image search and see if that pulls up the original.

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