Photos can be adjusted in many ways.
Shuffle and Manual Arrangement
To the right of most projects is a shuffle button:
Clicking it shuffles all the photos. You can click it as many times as desired until you get an orientation you like. Note: if working with a template, the photos will shuffle but the overall design will remain the same.
You can then customize further by clicking and dragging your photos around the project until you have a look you love.
If you want to make a certain photo bigger, you can click and drag the photo you want bigger to the spot where the current large photo is.
In the example above, we have a dog and a cat looking away from the camera as the largest photo, but we want the smaller one next to it to be the larger photo, so we click and drag the photo next to it to the larger spot. The photos swap places.
Note: this is not always a seamless transition. Photos of differing dimensions will cause a greater shuffle if trying to swap. For example, swapping a landscape image with a portrait style will cause more shuffling. Same with swapping a square photo with a rectangle.
Resizing Individual Photos
Click and drag the blue circles to make the photo bigger or smaller in the position it is in. The rest of the photos will shuffle to make room for the new size.
If working with a preset layout, the photo slots themselves can be adjusted by clicking on the photo slot and using the blue bars to drag in and out for resizing.
If using a designed template, the photo slots cannot be adjusted for size; though, you can still reposition the photos by clicking and dragging them to the different photo slots.
Want to manually size and place each image on the design? Please see our freeform guide here for instructions.
Cover All and Fit Inside
Under the section to the left of your project, you'll find the Design Fit section, if applicable, which allows you to either leave a border around your design or stretch your image to cover the entire product. Learn more about those features here.
Templates and Shapes
For more information on preset templates and shapes, please see our help article here.
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