Once you have placed your order we will email you a proof of how your photo will look on canvas. Your proof will highlight a couple of things - namely where the photo will wrap around the frame, and any cropping/adjustments that we have made to your pic.
Once we have your photo, we will firstly assess whether it is appropriate
for the size canvas that you have selected.
We will then check your photo to see if any colour correction is required and
make any necessary improvements. Some examples of these are colour casts, over/under
exposed photos and dust marks.
If you have any specific adjustments/alterations that you would like made to your
photograph then let us know. This could be anything from adding a person into
a photograph, to removing a blemish on your photo.
A proof will then be created to demonstrate how it will look as a finished
print. This will show where your photograph will wrap around the frame; we
want to make sure that you are happy with the final result, before any printing
There are a few techniques that we can use when we print your photograph onto canvas. Depending
on the detail in your photo and the size of your print, we may provide proofs for
a couple of options.
The most popular method is to wrap the photo around the frame, as shown below.
The area inside the red frame shows what will be on the front face of the print:
For smaller prints, or photos that have detail close to the edge, we can wrap
a plain white, black, or coloured border around the frame. This enables
all of your photograph to be on the front of the canvas print.
If you would like to keep your entire photo on the front of the print, but would
prefer not to have a plain colour wrapped around, then we can do one of the following:
Stretch the edges
This is where we extend the edges of your photo around the side of the frame to make up
Mirror the edges
Here, the wrap consists of a refection of the edges of your photo.
With this approach, the wrapped area is a blurred represenation of the surrounding
area of the print.
We email the proof(s) to you and then await your approval before we carry out any
printing. We are happy to make as many changes as required during the proof stage
to ensure that you are going to be wrapped with the final result. No pun intended!
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