Customer Highlight: Monica Kowalski's Cheetah Print to Canvas

by Eric Von Lehmden | November 18, 2013

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Throughout the year we see an amazing variety of photographs, drawings, and paintings to be printed on canvas, metal and photo paper. We would like to share a little more of what our customers are getting printed on canvas to show you how diverse the subject matter is. This can possibly help give you some ideas on what photos you would like to print to canvas. If you would like to have your photo order shared with the Canvas Press community via our blog and our Facebook page please shoot me an email at marketing@canvaspress.com and let me know. You don't have to be a professional photographer to be proud of your canvas, metal, or photo paper creation.

Monica Kowalski has been a customer since 2009, and each time she orders it seems like it from an adventure from a far off place. We like to live vicariously through the photos that she uploads and orders. This last order she placed for a 36" x 24" 1.5" canvas print. The photo she uploaded really caught everyone's eye. The photo is of a cheetah's face...and it is up close and personal. There is a definite connection when you look at the photo. The eyes of the cheetah are very sharp and in focus which is a key part of making a connection with a close up wildlife (or human) portrait. The eyes say it all, and if they aren't in focus then the photo will lose impact.

The unique composition and the cheetah's expressive look really bring you into the photo. Fantastic shot Monica...we can't wait to see more.

If you need help with your photo project or if you aren't sure which photo you should choose to print to canvas feel free to email us at support@canvaspress.com or call us at 888.784.5553. We can help you narrow down photos and check the resolution to make sure the photo will print to the size of canvas you want. If you are ready to start your order head over to www.canvaspress.com to get started.

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