Learn about Image Cropping.
When an image is out of proportion with the overall dimensions of a postcard, you can either crop your image or use a custom border.
If your image is in proportion to our postcard size you could draw a straight line through their corners and they would line up exactly. In the following example, the two rectangles are out of proportion with one another, therefore diagonals do not line up, so you will need to crop your image.
OPTION 1: When considering a full bleed postcard, it will be necessary to crop part of your image.
Remember: there is a 1/16″ trim on all four sides.
OPTION 2: To print your image full frame with nothing cropped off, you must create a custom border and window within the postcard layout. NOTICE Top/bottom and left/right borders are not even.
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