Canvas photo printing and how to hang prints on your home
Did you know that some people occasionally buy canvas prints and then are unsure were to hang them, usually the best approach the buying a canvas print would be to measure the area that you want to hang your canvas photo print and then you can get an idea of what size frame you want to put in that space, I would recommend when you do choose you size that you leave a gap of at least 3 inches either side of the canvas frame so that it looks like it has time breath otherwise instead of your guest admiring your canvas photo you will have them looking at the surrounding around the canvas print if it’s to squashed to the edges of the wall space so that would be a good tip to bear in mind when first sizing up the frame of the canvas print you want to purchase.
So we have the sizing of the canvas print under wraps so let talk about what image of photo or design for that matter you want to have printed. Normally its can be a hard choice between photos and you end up with a couple that you went printed and there is actually different ways to approach this. One way would be to simply have a few canvas prints made, that way each of your photos get its own canvas print and has its own wall space and then they each get the attention that all deserve as you would assume that your putting your photos on canvas to celebrate that moment in time and to show the world that your very happy about those individual photographs. Another way of putting a few photos on canvas and you can’t decide upon which photo and let’s say your budget is a little smaller than most then having a collage canvas print made maybe the thing for you, and this would be easily having all your favourite photos printed onto the one single canvas print so that they are all together and they all benefit from each other, what really stands out though is if they are all the same colour of have the same colours in them or even if all the images you have on the one canvas are from the same day now that’s something that looks very cool because it would be like telling a story then to.
Now we come to the part where you decide upon what sort of frame and finish you would like for your canvas print, so far we have the size of the canvas print and we have what images you want to be printed on that canvas print so next would be do you want to go for a simple finish which would be either going with an 18mm deep frame with a colour wrap effect or a image wrap effect which is basically just wrapping the image that you have provided around the frame, please remember though that you might want to use a photo that has some background to it so that it’s just the background that gets wrapped and not any of the important parts of the image, the other size thinness which personal I think looks really great would be the 38mm deep frame, this is also known as a gallery frame and it basically adds depth to your canvas print and makes it stick out even more to get a more professional feel, same again if you are getting the frame then you either need lots of background for the wrap or you can have background made up for you. Hope that helps and i hope you enjoy your canvas printing adventure.
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