What is the Fit to Frame feature in Photo Prints?
Fit to Frame is a feature you can use in edit mode for your Photo Prints. When you take a photo with your camera, it has an aspect ratio of 3:2, which creates a 4x6 photo. However, when you take a photo on your phone, you will notice that when you print a 4x6 photo, your image is cropped. Phones take photos with a 4:3 aspect ratio, which means it is not an exact 4x6 photo. Thus, when you print a photo you took on your phone will have some cropping. Fit to Frame would add white bars to show your entire photo, and you could trim the white bars before adding the photo to your album.
Does anything change in my Photo Prints besides the crop when I use Fit to Frame?
If you have labeled your photo project with metadata (project name and date) the date will not appear on the photos that have Fit to Frame applied.
Do I have to use Fit to Frame on all the Photo Prints in my pack?
Fit to Frame is entirely optional and can be applied on individual photos of your choosing. This does not need to be applied across an entire pack of photos. At this time you cannot apply the Fit to Frame option to all photos at once, it can only be applied to one photo at a time.
What does Fit to Frame look like and how do I use it?
Please see our video on how this is applied and where you will find this in our editor here.