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15" X 20"   $120.00
18" X 24"   $142.00
26" X 34"   $214.00
36" X 48"   $369.00
47" X 63"   $588.00
54" X 72"   $710.00

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Printing On Canvas FAQ

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Many questions will be answered by reading the Procedure and Policies pages and by uploading a sample photo file.

How do I decide what size print to request?
That depends on your wall space, budget, etc. It also depends on the resolution of your original photo file. Our system will automatically indicate if your chosen dimensions exceed the maximum for optimum results.

What is the maximum finished print size?
Any size for either of the dimensions (width for portrait or height for landscape).

What are some examples of popular print sizes?
15" x 20"; 18" x 24"; 24" x 32" and others. Note that these are all in the 3x4 proportion, which is usual for standard digital photos. A photo with a different proportion (e.g., a cropped image) will yield a print with dimensions that correspond to that proportion. For example, an image cropped to 3x3 could be ordered at 18" x 18", 24" x 24", 36" x 36", etc.

Will CanvasDeluxe edit my photo file?
No. What you submit is what you'll get (only much larger), so you should perform any necessary cropping or color correction before uploading the photo file.

Can I submit a scanned photo?
Yes. It should be scanned at the desired finished print size and set to a minimum of 75 DPI.

What is Varnish?
Varnish is a finish applied to our canvas surfaces in order to provide a clear, hard, durable, protective finish. Varnish is usually a combination of a drying oil, a resin and a thinner or solvent. Varnish finishes are often, although not always, glossy. As opposed to paint, which contains pigment, and is opaque, varnish has little or no color, and is transparent. (This answer is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Varnish"

What is Gallery wrapped canvas?
Gallery wrapped canvases are intended to be hung unframed.
Our gallery wrapped canvases are done on 1"x 1 1/2" stretcher bars in order to make them strong enough to hang unframed without warping. No staples are visible. It's ready to hang on your wall! 

What kind of equipment are you using to print on canvas?
CanvasDeluxe uses state of the art printers like HP DESIGNJET 5500 series and EPSON STYLUS PRO 9800 These large format printers deliver high quality print jobs that fit the high standards that CanvasDeluxe sets for our products.

What kind of Ink are you using?
CanvasDeluxe uses ONLY original factory Inks like HP 83 UV Ink Cartridges for our HP printers and 8-color Epson Ultra Chrome K3™ Ink For our Epson printers. CanvasDeluxe doesn’t use refills, third party Ink in or generic Ink.

Many graphics software programs give the choice to work in either RGB or CMYK. These are called "color spaces". Scanners and digital cameras create images using combinations of just three colors: Red, Green and Blue (called "RGB"). These are the primary colors of light, which computers use to display images on your screen. Printing presses print full color pictures using a different set of colors, the primary colors of pigment: Cyan (blue), Magenta (red), Yellow and Black (called "CMYK"). This is "4-color process" or "full-color" printing that comprises the majority of magazines and marketing materials you see every day. At some stage your RGB file must be translated to CMYK in order to print it on a printing press.
It's Best If You do the RGB-to-CMYK Conversion of Your Images if you want to have the image colors as close as possible to printer colors.
You will have more control over the appearance of your printed piece if you convert all of the images from RGB to CMYK before sending them to us. Even though monitors always use RGB to display colors, the colors you see on your monitor will more closely match the final printed piece if you are viewing them in the CMYK color space.

Be aware that it is possible to see colors in RGB that you can't make with CMYK. They are said to be "out of the CMYK color gamut". What happens is that the RGB-to-CMYK translator just gets as close as possible to the appearance of the original and that's as good as it can be. It's something that everyone in the industry puts up with.

Here are some examples of how various RGB colors convert to CMYK:

You most likely won't notice this kind of color shift in a color photograph. It is more likely to happen if you pick a very rich, vibrant color for a background or some other element of your layout. It probably won't look bad, it just won't look exactly the same. But it may not be noticeable at all either.  



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