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  • 21 May 2020
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Hey Guys! I just watched the blog post about Gallery Tours and noticed in the example video that she showed the client image in a canvas on the wall - just wondering how we go about this?

 

See image for example. I’m keen to be able to show framed prints on the wall if possible, to show how the different sizes look - just not sure how to have the client selected image be shown in there.

 

 

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Best answer by Megan 21 May 2020, 16:48

Hey @TonyEvans! This is our new canvas in room feature! Isn’t it cool? It will automatically happen when your clients view canvases in their shopping cart, if you have “Allow Cropping” turned on  in the gallery settings - Gallery > Settings > Shopping Cart and at the verrrrrryy bottom is Allow Cropping. 

 

If you want to have this turned on for all new galleries, I’d head into your Gallery Preset and make sure Allow Cropping is turned on. 

 

As for the framed prints- for now that would need to be your own product photography. The in-room view is for canvases only, but my fingers are crossed for more products soon! Check out this blog post on adding your own product photography into item listings. Twig & Olive does an amazing job of that!

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Hey @TonyEvans! This is our new canvas in room feature! Isn’t it cool? It will automatically happen when your clients view canvases in their shopping cart, if you have “Allow Cropping” turned on  in the gallery settings - Gallery > Settings > Shopping Cart and at the verrrrrryy bottom is Allow Cropping. 

 

If you want to have this turned on for all new galleries, I’d head into your Gallery Preset and make sure Allow Cropping is turned on. 

 

As for the framed prints- for now that would need to be your own product photography. The in-room view is for canvases only, but my fingers are crossed for more products soon! Check out this blog post on adding your own product photography into item listings. Twig & Olive does an amazing job of that!

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The service that shootproof offers is great for standard products.

If however you offer your own products or get the products from your own supplier you could always contact them to see if they offer a ‘mock up’. You could then use photoshop to put your own image in the product.

 

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This is nice for some people but this is terrible in my gallery. I want people to be able to apply a crop but I hate the mock ups. I'm doing self-fulfilled so the image doesn’t even look like the product I’m offering. Help!

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Hey @KimN,  just came across your comment- Since you’re doing self-fulfilled, I would take advantage of the ability to add photos to the listings of each product and take your own sample photos. You may have already done this. If you haven’t, this is where you’d add those images:

This blog article covers how a studio that uses ShootProof uses those sample images to sell their custom items. This option won’t place the image into the sample image, but it’s all about creating samples that speak to your client and the experience you’re building for them, making it easier to envision their image on that product. 

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