Canvas prints are an artistic revolution in the sense that you can now take your favorite photo and turn it into a work of art.
But how are canvas arts created? First, a client chooses a photo that will be printed onto the canvas. This photo will be scanned and then digitally enhanced so that it will not lose integrity when printed on canvas and to make sure that it has all the hues and tonalities of the photo.
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Many canvas printing establishments use printers and scanners that are specifically designe d for printing photos on canvas. They use drum scanners to scan original, flexible photos up to 500 x 700 mm in size. For larger photos or images that cannot be taken off their frames, the large format transparency of the photo is taken and then scanned.
As for printers, many canvas printing companies use Giclee printers. These printers do not use a screen so there won’t be visible dot screen patterns on the finished product. Giclee printers are also much bigger, measuring over a meter wide. They also use special light-fast inks which will remain true for more than 20 years if kept out of the sun.
Canvas prints are prized for their ability to emulate and display the vibrant colors and hues of an original photo. Canvas is celebrated for its ability to make images come alive, thanks to the material of the fabric. Great works of art are painted on canvas for the reason that the texture of the fabric fills the image with life.