Have you ever gone to a museum and saw a frameless print where the canvass is stretched all the way around? This is called a gallery wrap. How do you create a gallery wrap in ON1 Photo Raw? In this video, join instructor Robert Vanelli as he explores how to create a gallery wrap for output from ON1 Photo Raw.
- Have you ever gone to a museum and saw a frameless print where the canvas is stretched all the way around? This is called a gallery wrap. How you create this is by taking approximately two inches on each side, copying it, flipping it and then stretching it around. Doing this manually was difficult. Thankfully, ON1 Photo RAW has this ability built right in. Once I show you this trick I wouldn't be surprised if you start having frameless prints all around the house.
Now I'm in my layers module and what I did here is make a stamp layer. After I created stamp layer what I want to do is click on resize and the first thing I want to do once resize opens is I want to get this image ready for print. So under the document size, I'm gonna click one of the presets and the presets I'm gonna use is from the photographic category. And I'm gonna click on 24 x 36. Now that I have set, I'll just double click on it and I'm ready to create my gallery wrap.
So I'm gonna come over to the side and I'll click on 24 x 36, and notice it automatically created a frame around my image, copied it, flipped it. Now this looks a little strange because we're seeing it flat. But once we have this printed and it's stretched around the frame, when people view this image, they'll walk right by it and they'll see how it wraps around the frame beautifully.
Now, if I come down here to Gallery Wrap, I'll click show and you can see, in fact, the thickness was two inches and I can change that to whatever I want. If I would rather have the overlay color instead of the image itself, I can select this here. But honestly, I really like the way the image is used for our Gallery Wrap. Once I'm finished, I'll click done.
- Planning a digital file structure
- Developing a naming convention for your files
- Importing new images to a library
- Albums, catalogs, browsing, and searching
- Developing an image
- Controlling magnification and view to examine an image
- Applying and adjusting effects
- Using smart layers
- Creating an initial mask
- Sharpening an image
- Outputting images