There are three options for printing at the launch of Gallery Designer. This article will go over those options as well as how those options appear in the software and why.
Note: Be aware that size options vary between labs and print types!
The first option for printing shows a Canvas Wrap. Once you choose this option, you must choose an Image Wrap or Color Wrap for your canvas.
Anything outside of the green line will be wrapped. The red shaded area will not be seen at all on the front or side of the canvas.
Once you choose a color wrap canvas, you have the option to change the color of the wrap. The default color is white. Simply click on the color box icon and choose the color of your wrap.
From here, you can also use the color selection tool to match your image, as seen below.
Unlike an image wrap, your color wrap means you won't lose any of your image to the side or back of the canvas.
Unlike canvas prints, metal prints have a very small cut space that is highlighted by the red shaded area bordering your image.
You will notice that there is no cut line for acrylic prints. These full images will be printed. Because of this, it is also a good template to use for loose prints.