Battle Of The Prints

Canvas Prints
Getting artwork printed on canvas is a process that has been here for quite a long time. Firstly done with a process of offset printing, now it is done in the recent times by using the methods of dye sublimination or printers with inkjets and are commonly referred as giclee. The objective is to generate the look of this oil painting and old fashioned appearance to a printed photograph and this is quite a favored style.Printing on canvas blocks with frameless frames has come to be one of the most mainstream methods to exhibit an artwork as it is quite cheaper compared to traditional framing. With the method of canvas wrap, what you get is an image that is printed on a wrapped material around a frame that is closed at the rear giving you a frameless piece.You will not get as much of a brilliant vibrancy and a higher resolution with a canvas print, however it can be wonderful if you pair and match a suitable image to print. It is cheaper. It is classic. And it has original warmth to it.

Acrylic Photo Prints
Acrylic photo printing goes by more than one name. It is also called acrylic face and often times as photo mount. But it is generally called as Plexiglas (plexiglass). Lucite and Perspex are common names too but they are mostly just brand names. If you look deeper, you will find two different procedures of generating this type of a print. First is directly printing the image on to the material and the second is printing on to a paper initially and then mounting it to acrylic. The print is actually behind a glass pane which gives it its unique appearance. The latter mentioned mount process is quite more difficult and happens to be more expensive. But it also is worth all of that effort. The face mount technique gives a superior pop of color and vibrancy. The reason for that? There are two reasons if speaking precisely. First, colors always tend to look better when they are printed on white paper that is high in quality and secondly, the face mount method benefits from the reflective feature of acrylic. Having the remarkable property of holding a ray of light mirrored between its surfaces, creating what we call the WOW factor when you see the finished product, along with amazing color quality with almost a 3-D effect. None other method of display printing can counterpart with this, making it the reason to be extremely popular among specialized photographers. For more information, please click here.photo-panels-classic

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