This page is designed to help you understand how an image will appear on a mic flag.
It will also help to show how the image may need some manipulation to get the appearance you desire.
Let's say that the image below is the image you want to put on a mic flag.
As is, this image is rectangular and is 3 times wider than it is tall - so the ratio is 3 to 1.
The image can be made bigger or smaller - BUT the ratio always stays the same at
3 to 1.
Here is a basic diagram of the shapes and size ratios of our mic flag sides.
Here's how the image above will appear on the various mic flags, when resized (same ratio) to fit.
Note that in all cases above the image does not fill the entire mic flag.
There is mic flag still showing on top, bottom, and all sides of the image - this is due to the image's size ratio.
Some may prefer this centered appearance.
If one wanted the logo to "fill" the entire sides of the mic flag - this is called "full bleed".
The original image would have to be reworked to add more background.
By adding more background the reworked image can fill the entire sides of the mic flag.