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Turning Photos to Art with Canvas Prints

Turning Photos to Art with Canvas Prints

Published by Programme B

Aspiring photographers, hobbyists who like to capture memories through a camera’s lens, avid travelers, parents trying to capture their child’s memorable moments, and teens in search of the perfect selfie are all examples of people who take a lot of pictures. As smartphones have improved camera quality, individuals are more inclined to snap images on a daily basis. When they secure a great shot, they can have their photo printed so that they can enjoy it forever. It used to be common for people to turn to paper photographs; however, printing images on canvas has become increasingly popular and is an affordable way to share your memories.

Producing canvas prints

While it is possible to make your own canvas prints if you are crafty and willing to invest hours in the process, the simplest way is to find a reputable company that produces canvas prints. You don’t need to worry about transferring images to a USB drive or editing them at home and uploading them to your photo so that you can go to a store and order prints. Online companies offer the convenience of allowing you to create an account and upload the images from the comfort of home.

Once you upload your image from your computer or social media account, you will be able to choose the right shape and size for your image. You can also crop the photograph if there is part of it you want to emphasize or remove. Online ordering systems allow you to visualize the final product before ordering so that you can be confident that your print will look just the way that you want it.

Canvas prints can be ordered rolled. This means that when the canvas arrives you have the option of either mounting it on a frame yourself or taking the canvas to a professional who will do it for you.

You also have the option of ordering canvas prints that come framed. Companies will offer different frame depth options that you can choose from. This can be extremely convenient because when your canvas prints arrive the only thing you will need to do is hang them up and enjoy them.

Benefits of canvas prints

There are a number of reasons why preserving images on canvas may be the best way to preserve your photographs.


One of the best things about canvas prints is that they come in a wide range of sizes.

The most common measurements of printed photographs include 4×6, 5×7, and 8×10, although there are options for larger prints to be made that reach as high as 30×30. Canvas prints match every photo print size option, starting at 8×8. There are 18 canvas print sizes to choose from, including both square and rectangular dimensions, stretching beyond the largest print photograph size of 30×30 (square) or 12×36 (panoramic) to an impressive size of 30×36. The range of shapes and sizes makes it possible for individuals to choose exactly the right dimensions for their image. Combining pictures of different sizes together can be an effective way to create an impressive art display of prints in your home or office.


When you visit a museum or an art studio you will view works that have been preserved on canvas. Canvas is durable. This means that they will typically last longer than printed photographs, which can also mean that over time they prove more affordable because they do not need to be replaced. It’s even possible to have your images preserved on canvas using special inks that aren’t affected by sunlight, which will increase the quality and lifespan of your canvas prints. An additional bonus is that it is possible to treat canvas, which also helps to ensure the print will last for decades.

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