Portrait (Hamburger)

When making a card, the term “Portrait” refers to the vertical orientation of a card that is taller than it is wide. This means that the card is meant to be viewed in an upright position, with the fold of the card located on the left-hand side so that it opens from right to left. Portrait orientation is commonly used to create cards that feature tall, narrow scenes, such as portraits of people, animals, or objects. It is also a popular choice for cards that have a single image or a small number of images arranged vertically. Cards designed in Portrait orientation can be used for various occasions, such as graduations, baby showers, and religious ceremonies. (Hamburger helps me to remember the difference between Narrow and thick, with Lots of layers.) Portrait orientation is vertical. The portrait image is taller than it is wider.