- Mirror Wrap - CanvasPress selects the edges of the image and flips them onto the sides of the canvas, resulting in an image-wrapped look without sacrificing any important elements from the front of the image.
- Image Wrap - The Image Wrap option is best for a gallery wrap look. The image continues from the front of the canvas to the sides, giving it a continuous look. This is a great option for images that don't have important elements near the edges of the shot.
- Color Wrap - Rather than printing the image on the sides of the canvas, you can opt to have the sides printed with a single color. That means that the entire photo stays on the front of the canvas.
I'm one of those folks that's guilty of having a ton of photos on memory cards, hard drives, and so forth.
I'm really good about making time to take the photos, it's just the parts after that - processing them and printing the best ones - that I'm admittedly not so good about.
That's a shame for a lot of reasons, and something I'm trying to correct.
One thing that's making me work harder to print my photos is the incredible array of unique and beautiful printing options we have available to us today.
I mean, I remember the days when the choice for consumers was not much more than "glossy" or "matte."
Not today, though.
Here's a few fun ways you and I can finally print our photos and put them on display.
Canvas is a tried-and-true substrate that painters have used for centuries.
But it's also a great choice for photos, something that consumers have turned to more and more over the last few years.
That's because canvas is incredibly durable, and, if cared for properly, will last for generations and generations. It also looks really stinking good on your wall, as you can see above.
There's an abundance of choices when it comes to the kind of canvas you buy if you go through the right printer, too.
For example, CanvasPress offers four different types of canvas: Standard, Museum Matte, Museum Glossy, and Urth - OBA free. Each option is printed with care in the U.S. using U.S. materials. That means you get a canvas made of high-quality materials at the peak of craftsmanship.
There are three different depth options as well - .75-inches, 1.5-inches, and 2-inches. That means you can customize the way the print looks on your wall to suit your specific tastes.
And no matter what type of canvas you get, the turnaround time is lightning-quick - just two or three days!
CanvasPress also gives you plenty of choices when it comes to the border style of your canvas print:
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Again, CanvasPress uses only the best materials and is dedicated to the process of craftsmanship, so no matter what type of canvas you select, you know you'll be getting something that's worthy of hanging on your wall.
CanvasPress even gives you the option to get a canvas on its own, unmounted and unstretched, as seen above. And for the ones that you do have mounted and stretched, you can choose from three different styles of mounts, from simple sawtooth hangers to wire hangers to security hangers that are ideal for hanging your photos in a public space.
In other words, canvas printing isn't what it used to be...
There's a ton of choices, custom sizing available, the products are gorgeously printed, and you get the final say on all aspects of how your images look. There's even a lifetime guarantee on the product - assuming you get with a printer that offers you all those options.
If you want a beautiful, well-made canvas print that makes a bold statement, visit CanvasPress today and start printing!
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Learn more about the CanvasPress printing process in the video above.
If you have traditional prints made on paper, you have more options than simply slapping them in a frame and putting them on your desk.
Instead, you can opt for a more interesting display that makes the images a bit more interactive.
Take the metal photo mobile shown above as an ideal example of this.
This type of photo display is perfect for small spaces where you need to hang your photos from the ceiling rather than having them on your desk.
And if you have a series of photos you want to show off, it's a good option for that, too.
This mobile is strong and durable, yet not overly large or chunky, so it won't seem like it's visually heavy.
Instead, the focus can be on your prints as they appear to dance around in mid-air!
If you're looking for an inexpensive and impermanent way to display your photos, photo stickers might be for you.
Photo stickers like those shown above give you the flexibility of swapping out images on-the-fly without the worry of having pricey prints stored away somewhere where they might get damaged.
Sure, the quality of photo stickers can't match that of something like canvas, but they are nonetheless a unique way to display your photos.
These stickers will stick to just about any surface, from glass to metal to a painted wall.
Maybe the best part is that these stickers aren't printed on vinyl, but are instead printed on 100-perfect post-consumer recycled fabric.
That makes them a fun way to display your photos and an environmentally-friendly one, too!
Bonus Idea: Grab some twine, some clothespins, and take a few Polaroid photos, then hang them on the wall with the twine and pins. It's a simple and quick way to make something more out of instant photos.
As I mentioned earlier, I have WAY too many photos that have never seen the light of day. I'm willing to bet that you're probably in a similar situation...
But it doesn't have to be that way!
There are more fun ways to print photos now than ever before. And it's easier to get your images printed than ever before, too.
So really, there's no excuse to keep those photos hidden away on a hard drive somewhere.
Give one of these image printing options a try (personally, I'm going to opt for canvas...) so you can actually enjoy the photos you've taken over the years!