Putting Our Heart & Soul in to Photos on Canvas For...You!

by Eric Von Lehmden | December 15, 2011

As we are getting closer to Christmas we, at Canvas Press, wanted to take a little time out and give a huge thank you to all of our amazing customers out there who have ordered a photo canvas or even multiple photos on canvas. We know there are several choices out there and even if you do choose one of them some other time we hope that you will see that the quality of our product and craftsmanship really shines through.

I don't want to get all mushy on you all, but we strive to give you all the best of ourselves and the best materials out there because...well...frankly, you deserve it. We would gladly put our canvas prints side by side with any of our competitors out there and we know that ours will shine through because the quality of our canvas and craftsmanship is something we dedicate every single day to perfect. We totally get that we aren't the cheapest option out there, and we probably aren't the most expensive either but where we shine above the rest is our continuing focus is to deliver to you...quality. Quality canvas that you can pass on to the next generation and quality (if not fanatical) customer service that goes the extra mile for each of you.

So, again, THANK YOU everyone who has made this year and this holiday season so great...that's you by the way. Oh, and this isn't the last of the Christmas sentiments. You can totally expect more of this coming your way as we count down til the 25th. We can't help it...we LOVE CHRISTMAS!

Here we are in the Canvas Press workshop hard at work (not to be confused with Santa's workshop...although there are some similarities).

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To avoid taking "snapshots" make sure you are close enough to your subject. If they are too far away your photo loses impact. By filling your frame with your subject your photo has a focal point that you can connect with.


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