Which Instagram Photo to Print as Canvas Prints?

by Eric Von Lehmden | June 26, 2012

Lately I have only been taking my iPhone with me as my main camera for a few reasons. One is that lugging around my big ole DSLR can be quite cumbersome. I never know where to store it when I'm not using it and I am constantly worrying that I will forget it somewhere. The 2nd reason is that I enjoy the challenges that shooting with the iPhone presents. Fixed focal length (not really any zoom feature that is worth a darn) and the camera's light sensitivity is pretty low...so that means you better be in some good light when you take a photo. And of course with apps like Instagram, camera +, and snapseed around you can do some fun and funky camera edits. While I was in Ohio this past weekend I got the chance to visit my Aunt's farm. I grabbed some photos that I would really like to make into some photo canvas but I am having some trouble narrowing it down. Considering that we can print Instagram photos up to 24x24 I'm not too worried about size...it really just comes down to which one I like the best. Maybe you can help me out and choose your fave for me. There are 3 to choose from. Here you go. Which one should be a canvas print?

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canvas prints, instagram, photo apps, photo canvas, photos on canvas

canvas prints, instagram, photo apps, photo canvas, photos on canvas

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Tips-n-Tricks #21

If you are photographing something or someone in super bright sunshine then don't forget to use the "Sunny 16" rule on your DSLR. Set your aperture to f16 and match your shutter speed to your ISO. For example: ISO is 100 then shutter speed is 100th of a second and aperture is...you guessed it f16. Perfect exposure, every time.


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