Fine Art Printing on Canvas & Paper

When you have photo papers, why should you consider any other types of paper for printing photographs? This is a commonly asked question among photography enthusiasts. This post discusses what disting […]

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Acrylic and canvas Prints are both popular mediums for printing images. Each has its qualities that make it suitable for various types of images. But before looking at how they differ, let’s look at […]

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You can easily convert your photographs to canvas prints with the aid of experts in canvas printing like Photostop. However, the cost of canvas printing is not fixed as multiple variables need to be t […]

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The rapid technological advancement in recent years has led to the digitization of printing processes. Artists and photographers now have a plethora of options to reproduce their works with stunning c […]

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Canvas and photo prints are two of the most common print variants when it comes to images. But how do they differ from each other? Let’s find out. Canvas printsA canvas print, as the name sugge […]

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The short answer to the question posed in the title of this post is yes. You do need a special printer for canvas prints and that is the inkjet printer. But then again, there is a whole spectrum of ca […]

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Giclee prints are widely considered the gold standard in printing all across the world. The term giclee is derived from the French word that means to spray or squirt. The term is indicative of the gic […]

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A canvas print refers to a picture that is printed on a canvas. Typically, it is printed using a type of printer called an inkjet printer. Canvas is a material that is traditionally made using hemp. Y […]

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With premium quality and unparalleled precision, Giclee prints are a popular choice for artists to get their artwork to the people. The amazing quality of this form of printing has invited a lot of fo […]

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In the dynamic realm of printing, "Giclee Printing" and "Inkjet Printing" often stir curiosity. Despite both being rooted in inkjet technology, they differ significantly, especially in the specialized […]

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