Printing on canvas

Started May 15, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Just from what I've seen..
In reply to davidrestes, May 16, 2012

..landscapes with the canvas wrapped around the edges w/o a conventional frame look pretty good. The scene extends around the perimeter. The thicker the internal frame (that the canvas wraps around), the more edge scene you get.

Keep in mind the texture of canvas won't show fine detail in a photo near as well. Larger prints that one stands back a little farther to view the scene/portrait work better than smaller prints IMO. Glare is cut way down too with a 'rougher' surface. That would make a portrait look softer which is generally more preferable for some.

It just depends on your personal taste and the effect you want to create for a photo.

davidrestes wrote:

Thanks, Is there a certain type of photo that looks better on canvas? Landscapes? Portraits?

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