Why won't my photo fit within the frame?
Canvas Image Wrapping 101
Your image will be wrapped around the sides of the canvas stretcher bar. Make sure the main subject of your photo is within the red border (front of your canvas) and that none of the important elements are located too close to the edges, as shown below.
If something is cut off or wrapped around the sides that you wish to include in your canvas, you may want to edit your photo using our cropping tool or upload a different photo.
Please allow 1.5 – 2 inches for the canvas wrap.
Please note: As you change the canvas size, be sure to check out the wrapping preview again as it will change based on the size selected.
For further assistance, please Submit a Request to our customer support team.
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