Change default padding on snapshot image effect

Is there a simple way to alter the default padding that is applied when you apply the 'snapshot' effect to an image? I want to use the snapshot effect but I would like to remove, or significantly reduce, the default padding that it adds around an image (not sure how many pixel it is - at a guess, probably around 10px?)

To illustrate, image A below is the image with no effects. Image B has the 'snapshot' effect applied.

Image A

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Image B

image2015-8-18 11:3:11.png

I am pretty much a WYSIWZG user, but can probably borrow someone who can apply styling if that is the solution.

many thanks, Helen

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When you apply the snapshot effect it adds some parameters to different parts of the image tag (effects=border-simple,blur-border). No idea what that does, where and how!

I doubt you can easily change the padding without digging deeper.

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