I have about 850 photos taken against solid background colors.
Some are .jpg some are .tiff.
Some of the photos have extra white space either on the top/bottom left or right.
If there is significant white space (more than about 10% on each side) then crop the photo down.
1. It's OK to change the aspect ratio (x/y ratio).
2. Do NOT trim out anything that except the plain background. If there is a shadow we'll want to keep that as well.
3. Keep the image in the same file format (preserve transparency for .tiff files).
4. Most of these won't need any trimming. The tiff files, in particular, should not need trimming. But review them all just in case.
I'll provide these via a google Docs folder one the task is awarded.