Different Colour effects for your canvas prints

If you are planning on decorating your home and really want to wow your family and friends then creating a canvas print from your photos could be such a great way to show of your photos of your loved ones.

There is quite a few different types of effects you can achieve from your photo before having it printed. For example if you have a colour picture then it would look like the below image.

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The modern day colour photo looks really great but if you want to try something different like a black and white style canvas photo then this is what it would like.

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The black and white look is so great and its a very popular choice for canvas printing to. If your looking for more of a vintage look for your wall art then choosing a sepia style canvas print for your home may be the option for you.

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Checking if the colours are right for you

As you can see there are big advantages of changing the colour of your photo to create a spectacular effect for your canvas artwork. If you ask your canvas printers to check your photos and have them email you some proofs first so you can see what your image would look like before its printed and then you will be able to get some kind of idea as to how you would like it and were it would hang in your home.

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