We often get asked about the difference between Canvas and Photo Frame, so we wanted to provide some clarification.
Canvas is a type of fabric that artists use for hand painting. Since it's a fabric, it absorbs 10 times more ink than a normal photo paper, making it far superior and premium in terms of quality. We use high-quality canvas cloth and latex inks in our printing process, and our machines include Epson and HP printers. A gallery-wrapped canvas can last up to 10 years.
In our Canvas Painting service, a senior artist will digitally paint your photograph, and we will then print it on high-quality photo canvas. Since canvas is a fabric, we can't create a photo frame. Instead, we stretch the canvas onto a wooden frame and pin it to create a gallery-wrapped canvas that is ready to hang on the wall.
On the other hand, in our Photo Frame service, we use normal photo paper and inkjet inks to print the same digital paint. We then laminate it with a matte finish to create a finished product that is ready to hang on a wall. However, photo frames typically only last up to 1 year.
We hope this information helps you understand the differences between our Canvas and Photo Frame products. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us at 9030722060
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