Here are a lot of tips for you when you come to purchase a canvas photo print. First thing is you want to be dealing with a business that treats each individual order with uniqueness and care, this way you will always be on top and your canvas photo print is bound to be made with passion from start to finish.
Next thing to query when purchasing canvas print would be to make sure that the materials that are used and printing technology that is used is of a high standard, i.e. you need to make sure that the business that prints the canvas prints are using either cotton or pollycotton mix canvas for their canvas prints and they also need to be using stretcher bars frames to complete the framing of your canvas with gives a very tight stretch to the canvas print.
Another thing to look out for when you are ordering your favourite photo on canvas is you really need to make sure that you provide the printers with a high resolution image to print from, whether that be either a scanned in image of a photo or if it’s a photo from a digital camera or even some I phones and the more later phones you can buy these days have a really good pixel camera built into them as standard so that is also a good idea to use a picture from your camera phone but I would always recommend having your image checked by the professional canvas printers before you go ahead and purchase and then you can leave it up to the experts to produce their art from your very own photo. The best way to check is if you have a computer then you can right click the image and scroll down to properties and then you will see the size of the file. If it’s any number of megabit then that no problem but if it’s under 500kb then it’s better to have it checked before committing to your canvas printing purchase.
If you are sending a scanned photo to have printed on canvas then here is a few tips also to help you with that, firstly you need to turn your scanner/printer on, then you need to make sure the surface of the scanner id clean so no dirt appears on your scanned in photo, before scanning make sure you have selected the highest resolution for the scan and that way you will get the best quality for your photo canvas print which also needs to be saved as a jpeg file. Once scanned you can then email it to the canvas printers without having to part with your photo.
Once you have all of these tips correct before ordering then just check with the canvas printers if they package there canvas prints well and then there’s nothing to worry about when your canvas is in transit and then all you have to do is sit back and wait for your canvas prints to arrive which most printers can produce and delivery in a couple of working days and it really does make a big difference to your wall space if you get the right combination of photo and colours for your canvas photo.
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