How do I customize the colors and fonts, and add my logo in my galleries?

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Color Sets are visual themes for your galleries. You can create unique Color Sets for each genre of photography you shoot. Adding your logo, customizing colors and fonts, and choosing a dark or light theme help to align your galleries with your brand. Your logo appears on some Gallery Intro layouts, the gallery sign-in page, and the About page in your galleries. Choose a Color Set in the Gallery tab of the Gallery Settings to apply it to the gallery. 



Creating a New Color Set 

  1. Go to Studio > Colors & Logos > New Color Set

  2. Name your new Color Set

  3. In the Choose Starting Colors drop-down menu, select whether you want a white (Light Theme) or black (Dark Theme) background.

  4. Upload your logo in PNG or JPEG form

    • You’ll want to upload a file that’s 1-3mb in size. The logo will be resized to a maximum length and/or height of 300px, maintaining the file’s original aspect ratio. If your logo seems smaller than expected, make sure that you’ve removed any extra negative space by cropping your logo all the way to the text or graphic.

    • Make sure to add a logo for both the Gallery and the Contract/Invoice/Email sections

  5. Choose the different colors and fonts for your galleries

  6. Click into the Desktop Gallery, Mobile Gallery, and Email tabs on the left side of the page  to see how your colors and logo will look

  7. When you're fixed, click Save

This new Color Set can be chosen for any of your galleries by going to the Gallery tab of the Gallery Settings. 

Why does my logo look small?

There are a couple of things to do to be sure that you are maximizing the size of your logo in your galleries, emails, contracts, and invoices.

  • First, make sure that the file you’ve uploaded to your Color Set is at least 300px on the longest edge. For best results, we recommend that your file is a PNG with a transparent background.

  • Second, be sure that your logo is cropped all the way to the very edge of the graphic. If you have any additional white space in the file, it may cause your logo to appear smaller than it actually is.