Oh, this is maddening. I used to be able to take a photo with my iPhone (cuz that's what I do), then decide to use it as wallpaper. On my lockscreen for example. And I could see the whole photo if I happened to center and pinch-zoom all the way out. No photo edited software needed, no cropping to exact iPhone 5 pixel size, etc.. NOW, with iOS 7, I get a super-zoomed in pic of my kid's face without the surrounding scenery. I can't pinch-zoom out at all - it just bounces back. Is there a way to fix this without "hacking" some setting I'd rather not change, and without having to actually shoot pictures with the cropping in mind up front (like stand much farther away from the subject, etc)? And yeah, I know they probably did this for the parallax effect. Whatever. Let me pinch-zoom out anyway and deal with it, iOS.