A photo canvas is a unique and interesting way to capture moments on film and enlarge them to wall size. They can be made in multiple sizes and with all different types of photos. Also, these photos can have other details added.
Canvas are available in a wide range of sizes to meet anyone's needs and desires to reproduce their photos. Sizes range from an 8x10 to the very large 36x48. However, many times custom sizes can be created as well, depending on what your needs are and what you are looking for. Remember the photo canvas will be printed on this entire piece of canvas, it will cover it from edge to edge.
The thickness of the canvas varies as well. Canvases are available in numerous thicknesses, depending on where the photo will be and what will be done with the image. For example, canvases are available in 3/4 inch thickness and all the way up to 3 inches thick. The photo will cover these edges of the canvas, so that the photo almost wraps around the canvas and will be seen from both sides while hanging up. The thinner thickness is better for photos that will be placed in a frame, while the thicker photo canvas works better when being hung directly onto the wall.
The border varies as well that can be added to the canvas. The image can wrap around the canvas all the way or a mirror border can be created instead. A mirror border will look the same as the edge of the photo. The image is cropped at the edge, wherever you would like it to be, so it will look exactly how you've intended. However, there is also the option of adding a colour to the border instead. Such as, black or white or choosing your own custom colour for the image.
Just because you have a colour photo that does not mean it has to stay that way, unless you want it to. Choose the colour or as is option on a photo canvas or go with a black and white copy of the image. There is also the Sepia colour choice, which will give the image an older look and feel and has a bit of a brownish tint to it. However, the canvas enhancements do not stop there. There are also retouching options that can be done to images. These can be simple retouches, such as removing red eye from an image or slight colour enhancements, to more extensive retouching that can be done to older, damaged images. For example, images that have deteriorated or have water marks on them can be restored to their original likeness. Furthermore, retouching also includes removing images from the background of the photo that you may not want there or changes to colours within the photo. Lastly, the photo canvas can be turned into an oil painting. The image can be digitally enhanced to look like an oil painting.