Go to the corner of your image. HOLD SHIFT and the left mouse key
Drag the cursor to the opposing side of where your started or until you’ve got the area in the circle you wish to print
Go to the “Select” drop down menu on the top of the screen and click “Inverse”
Press “Delete” or “Command X” to remove everything outside the circle
Go to the “File” drop down menu on the top of the screen and click “Save As”
Save file as a “.tiff”
BOOM! Your ready to upload the file into our builder!
Make sure you click Circle print once in the Styles section of our builder
How to check you for your printable sizes
Right Click on your selected image and click "Get Info"
Find where is states your dimensions for example "7563x11345" is the size of our test image
Lets say I wanted to print this as a 20x30
Then take the highest number of the two dimensions (11345px & 30in)
divide the largest pixels dimension (11345) by the largets inches dimension (30)
This equals 378 DPI, which is a lot more then you actually need. (***I prefer all prints to be 300dpi for a fine art quality finish, but 220dpi will still produce a good print)
The next image will illustrate why this is important:
Sadly, it's very hard to enlarge photos starting at a low resolution. I hate to say it, but they won't be good for anything besides Facebook, Instragram and other web based platforms that requires much less DPI to still present well.
Obviously there are a dozen different ways to find this out, but this is a sure fire formula you can do with a calculater.
*You can also try dividing you largest pixel size by your prefered DPI to figure out it's printable size as well.