Canvas photo collage
Have you ever thought if printing your photos on canvas, there is many ways of getting the canvas Articles"> photo canvas experience with your photos? Lot of people seem to be getting the odd single photo on canvas or they might go for e triptych canvas print which is also very fashionable these days when it comes to interior design and decorating your home but people tend to forget that if you can’t decide upon many of your favourite photos then you can have lots of them printed onto the one single canvas and then it’s not only a good idea to look at but it also gives you a big save in your pocket to because instead of having lots of individual prints Articles"> canvas prints made you can have just the single special canvas print processed with all you photos on it for half the cost, now that’s a great idea if I don’t say so myself.
So let’s say you choose 10 images to have printed on canvas, I think before you choose to have your order printed you need to try and imagine the photos next to each other so you have an idea of the layout that you want your canvas print to look like. Sometimes its easier if you have the photos already developed and then you can put them side by side and chop and change them around until you have the perfect collage and then when you go to get a canvas print form an online shop or a high street store you can show them and give them some idea of what you would like then normally they would show you a free proof before transferring your photos on canvas for you.
Another thing to think about when you get a collage canvas print is try to think of the effect you wanted to have on the sides of the frame, by this I mean do you want the image to carry on around the sides and if you do then you need to try and arrange your photos so that they have some kind of background on the edges of the photos which will give the canvas printers some kind of room to play with when they stretch your canvas print to a frame. There is other types of wrap effect you can have with your canvas photo and one effect would be to have white sides which tends to be the most popular choice when having a collage canvas produced, this way you get to have any photo on any position without having to worry about losing any of your image to the side of the frame as the image would be printed on the face the sides would be left white, or you could have any other colour for that matter, maybe blue, pink, red, it’s really up to you and what colours are more dominant in the room your canvas will be hanging in and this will be better for it to blend in and for your collage photos on the face of the canvas to stand out allot more.
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