Canvas print mirror borders, also called mirrored edges, wrap the parts of the image closest to the edge over the sides of the canvas in a mirror image. This is a bit different from an image wrap, which simply continues the image over the side; a mirror border literally mirrors what is on the front edge. Mirror borders are a great solution to images that might not work as well with an image wrap, and allow you to capture a gallery-ready, artistic look for your canvas.
One word that’s commonly used to describe mirror borders is "flow," because the image appears continuous while repeating the edge elements. Because of this, mirror borders work especially well for subjects like landscapes. Still life photography is another great candidate for mirror borders. Other times when mirror borders might be the perfect fit:
Mirror borders work well with many different types of images and all sizes of canvas prints. However, it helps to be aware of when a little extra thought about using a mirror border is warranted. In the following situations, you may want to try to replicate the mirror border in Photoshop or contact Canvas Press for a free image consultation before ordering:
Mirror wraps are an artistic way to add visual interest to your canvas prints and can work with a wide variety of subjects. With Canvas Press creating your mirror wrap you can achieve the perfect canvas prints to compliment your vision. If you have questions about our mirror wrap canvas prints or other products, give us a call and talk to one of our friendly experts at 888.784.5553.
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