Printing Photos On Canvas
Digital cameras heralded a new era for the home photographer. There were no longer the same limitations in picture taking that once existed. An ability to instantly see and delete photos meant that even the most novice photographer could take decent shots. Digital storage also meant that we were no longer limited to taking 24 or 36 pictures before having to change film and LCD displays and advanced, automated camera settings meant quality was further improved.
However, even despite all of these benefits one of the things that we lost in the advent of digital photography was the tactile nature of printing and sharing photos. Most of us now upload pictures to our computer or to social networking sites where they digitally collect dust. One great way to enjoy your family, holiday, or event snaps is by printing photos on canvas.
The Benefits Of Canvas
Canvas has long been the medium of choice for many artists because its natural texture gives pictures a more three dimensional and lifelike appearance. The colour of the canvas means that photo colours pop out and give the pictures yet more appeal. Printing photos on canvas means that you can enjoy these same benefits but from your favourite pictures.
Reliving Memories And Sharing Moments
The greatest use of printing photos on canvas is showing off your favourite moments and reliving your favourite memories. Use pictures of the family, and even the pets, and print the photos on high quality canvas. Hanging these on the wall of your home or even in the office means that you can enjoy the pictures yourself and share the memories with others.
Use Any Photos
You dont have to be limited to using family photos either. Use pictures from your last family holiday or snaps that were taken at a family wedding. Use pictures of your favourite places or objects, and create fun and great looking canvas prints for your home.
Effects can be used when printing photos on canvas, giving them even greater appeal and making them even more unique and enjoyable. Colour washes, a change of background, or even Andy Warhol pop art conversions are just some of the effects that are possible with your canvas print.