For prints on maple wood panels, images that have a lot of gold or yellow will lose that coloring, as it will turn into negative space in the wood. However, family images can look cool on the wood print because the wood grain comes through the skin tone.
If you aren’t sure how an image will look, I suggest getting a case of small size (8″ X 10″) maple prints, then pick various images to test. Keep this as your go-to reference for learning what images look best on this substrate. Note that wood prints come in different levels of image clarity – with some being direct print, details may be lost versus a sublimated maple print.