My envelope liners are a beautiful way to express your individuality and make your gift or event unique and special. My photo papers, in matte or gloss, deliver a beautiful photo and you can always get extra creative by adding text. However, the best liners start with the best photos. Photos should be 2000 x 3000 pixels or larger and taken with a camera. Photos taken on a phone, especially as a selfie, typically are not large enough to produce a clear image for the liner. After you purchase your liners, you can email the photo to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow extra time for projects that involve multiple photos, large quantities or photoshop work. Please look at the examples below to give you an idea and better understanding of how your photos relate to the liners.
Lots of extra background makes for a great liner
Using a photo with lots of extra background, especially when it is large, allows me to crop the photo multiple ways to produce the best result for the client. As you can see here, I was able to zoom all the way out or all the way in. If a photo is not large enough, then the width of the photo determines how the photo must be cropped in order to fit into the liner.
The point of the liner extends past the top of the photo
Sometimes, the liner will fit just about perfectly, but the top point extends past the photo. In some cases where the background is greenery or sky, etc, I can photoshop the image to add just enough additional photo to make it work.
subject extends off the photo
When the subject of the photo extends off the edge, then I am forced to cut around the subject as best as possible. Sometimes this ends up looking better than others, but it is why it is important to use a photo with visiable background around 3 sides of the subject.