Change the amount of padding

Learn how to change the amount of padding that PhotoRoom applies to your new images

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Written by Craig Wright
Updated this week

By default, Photoroom applies 5% padding to your images. Padding is an amount of space inside the boundary of the image, like an internal margin (see What is padding?). You can change the amount of padding up to 25%.

To learn how to change the padding, click the link for your device:

Note: You can only change the amount of padding on mobile devices. The padding setting is unavailable in the Web App.


On iPhone and iPad

You can change the amount of padding in the Preferences setttings. The following video shows how to change the padding and also shows the effects of different padding amounts.

(Video shows Photoroom on iPhone)

  1. On the Create page, select Your Content.

  2. Select Preferences.

  3. In the Editing section, use the Padding slider to change the amount of padding. 0% is the minimum amount and 25% is the maximum amount.

  4. Select Back.

When you create an image, Photoroom will apply the amount of padding you have set. The higher the percentage of padding, the more space there will be around the inner edge of the canvas. The object(s) in your image will be smaller.


On Android

You can change the amount of padding in the Preferences setttings. The following video shows how to change the padding and also shows the effects of different padding amounts.

(Video shows Photoroom on Android)

  1. On the Create page, select Your Content.

  2. Select Preferences.

  3. In the Positioning & Guides section, use the Padding slider to change the amount of padding. 0% is the minimum amount and 25% is the maximum amount.

  4. Select Back.

When you create an image, Photoroom will apply the amount of padding you have set. The higher the percentage of padding, the more space there will be around the inner edge of the canvas. The object(s) in your image will be smaller.

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