Why Canvas Printing Is Beneficial

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Printing your digital photos is a lot of fun! It’s nothing quite like the feeling of seeing your own photography beautifully printed and displayed in your home or office. We offer many different products you can use to print your photos on, but we want to focus on the benefits of canvas printing since, after all, it is what has helped us grow to become Canada’s Photo Art Experts. 

The top 5 benefits of printing on canvas

1. No Glare

Photos framed behind glass or printed on glossy paper can look stunning when displayed in the right space, but when exposed to a lot of light – whether natural or artificial – the shiny finish can create glare and reflections, which prevent you from showing your photo in its true form. The satin-matte finish Printing on canvas makes them a great medium for displaying photos in brightly lit rooms.  

2. Style Versatility

Canvas prints are classic and timeless, making them a great addition to any decor style and one of the most popular photo gift ideas. Also, their versatility means they will look great in your home for many years to come, as your tastes change.  

3. Budget-Friendly 

Canvas printing is a popular option due to its affordability. The cost of printing a photo on a large 24″x26″ canvas print, for example, is far less expensive than purchasing a similar-sized piece of art. Furthermore, it’s so much more fulfilling to see your own photographs displayed at such an interesting scale! 

4. So many options for sizes

The wide variety of sizes available for canvas prints makes it easy to get the exact look you want, whether that’s a single huge print or a gallery wall of several smaller ones. Posterjack, for example, offers over 30 different print sizes from a small 5″x7″ Canvas Mini to a massive 30″x60″ Canvas Print. 

5. You can print almost any photo on canvas

The other great thing about canvas printing is that any type of photo you choose will look good on it. The type of photos you can print on some photo art products are limited by their unique characteristics. When printed on a Classic Silver Metal Print, for example, portraits don’t look their best because the brushed aluminum shows where there are low-contrast areas. The canvas print, on the other hand, will make almost any photo look good, with the exception of those featuring very small people.