Canvas print and canvas photo
Changing an image into a wonderful work of art can be much easier than you can imagine. Fantastic and vivid colours enhance your favourite photos on brilliant textured inkjet canvas which is stretched around professional stretcher bar frames is the best way and the only recommend way to have your photo transformed into something that will last a life time and if all the correct ingredients are used then you will be very happy now and in years to come with your canvas print purchase.
There is lots of things to think about when processing a canvas print order but of course all you have to worry about it just making sure that the image you provide the printing company with is of high resolution and what I mean by that is if you have a photo on your computer all you have to do is right click your image then go to properties and you will see the size of the file, it may be in kb or if its 1mb or over then that’s perfect to print with to get a clear printed picture but if its anything lower than 500kb which is half a megabyte then I would recommend you email this to the canvas printers to make sure the quality would hold for your chosen size canvas photo print.
So once you have the photo that you want to use for your canvas prints order then you need to decide upon the colours and the frame thickness you want your canvas photo print to have. There is few favourites for the colour change effects that everyone is getting these days and that the sepia effect or the black and white effect, the colour effect is still a very popular and brilliant way to show off your photos but the sepia is a fantastic way top show of your photos on canvas. One other thing that is very good to do with your black and white photo canvas or even your sepia colour canvas for that matter is to have some colour splash done with your photos. This is basically having certain parts of the image kept in colour and the rest of the photo stays black and white or if you choose the sepia option then the rest of the image stays sepia. This way it like highlighting the best parts of the photo and makes them stand out more the rest. For example if you have a picture of someone from your family and you have a beautiful background then you could have the whole picture black and white and just have the important people in the image kept in colour and this will make then stand out allot. It’s not just about make then stand out but having this effect on canvas id truly amazing and anyone that even glances at it won’t be able to take there eyes of it.
Lastly the frame thickness isn’t so important but if you are just looking for a homely canvas print that has a few colour effects on it then I would recommend just going for the most traditional depth frame which is the 18mm frame which most printers will use but if you’re looking to put on a show and you really want to stand out from the crow then there is a gallery style frame you can choose to have your canvas print on which is normally 38mm in depth and that will definitely get heads turning especially if you have the vivid colours and effects from colour splash then you will steal the show.
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