How to Order Canvas Prints Online
Exciting new world of canvas printing
Transferring portraits to canvas is a rising trend in the realm of innovative digital printing. Thanks to modern printing technology, canvas printing can produce some pretty remarkable results these days. If you wish to have a favorite painting or photograph enlarged and reprinted using high quality inks on an exciting medium, canvas printing is a great way to make your wish come true. You will be surprised to see how vibrant and authentic the reproduction will look like, with every detail and nuance of the original faithfully reproduced.
Getting ready to buy canvas prints
If you live in the vicinity of a printer who prints on canvas, you can try taking all your photos to him to get them printed. However, for the rest of us, the most convenient way is to order our prints online. Contrary to popular belief, when you wish to transfer your favorite portraits to canvas and get great quality results without breaking a sweat, ordering online is possibly the best way to go about it. Save yourself the trouble of having to drive around for miles in search of a good printer or having found one, again driving back to the store to collect the finished print. All you have to do is click your mouse to instantly get connected to dozens of printers offering canvas printing services, place your order and then get the finished prints delivered right to your doorstep in a really short time.
Ordering prints online
If you have a high-resolution, digital version of the image that you wish to be printed, you are off to a good start. Just upload the image to the printer’s website and he will be able to take care of the rest. In case you don’t have such a version ready, you can send the image to them via post so that they can scan it using a high-resolution scanner and later on, send it back to you along with the ordered print. Once a digital version of the image is obtained, most printers will be happy to offer digital retouching services to balance colors, correct tones and cover up small blemishes.
Then, the image is sent off to the printer to be printed on canvas. The size of the print, the quality of the canvas and certain other parameters can be specified by you while ordering the print. And when it’s ready, it will be sent to your specified address via secure courier. The usual norm is to get it delivered rolled. However, you can also get it framed and wrapped, and delivered as a wonderful gift for somebody very special.
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