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The canvas arrived!!!! It feels like the birth of a baby! main image
The canvas arrived!!!! It feels like the birth of a baby!
by Canvas Press | June 3, 2009

Yes, the canvas Arrived!!!! It feels like the birth of a baby! I want to share it with everyone and have already shown it to several neighbors. All are awestruck...I love it! I moved into a new home - San Antonio - the first of the year. I love wildflowers so one of the things I planted on my tiny lot was a mix of wildflower seeds. Spring came and plants popped up. Some I could identify, the ...

Time Out New York Magazine features Canvas Press main image
Time Out New York Magazine features Canvas Press
by Canvas Press | May 14, 2009

Time Out New York http://newyork.timeout.com/ writer Rachel LeWinter featured Canvas Press in her Mom's the word Mother's Day write-up. The article's descriptor read Show your madre you love her (without breaking the bank) by giving her one of these fun gifts- all $50 or less. Our canvases were pictured in a dining room setting alongside numerous other nifty gifts such as Brookstone's digital-photo key chain, Beth Mueller's ceramic milk-bottle vases, and Fred Flare's flowers in a can ...

A Puppy Remembered main image
A Puppy Remembered
by Canvas Press | April 30, 2009

  We received the following email from a recent customer: ?Dear Canvas Press staff, I wanted you to know how much I loved my completed canvas. The subject of my canvas is my dog, Max. I lost Max to cancer on March 30, 2009. He had been my faithful companion for 15 years. I wanted a fitting tribute to him, and his finished canvas certainly fit the bill.? I am just thrilled with the outcome. When I look ...

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Antique Photo Restoration
by Caroline Cohoon | March 30, 2009

Diane, a local customer, brought in an antique family photo. The picture is the only remaining image of her great grandfather's family and was in poor condition. Over the years it had faded and cracked, there were spots missing from the image and even ball point pen doodles all over, probably from a little child getting a hold of it at one time. We were able to scan and restore the photo and print a 14x11 canvas. Diane now has ...

From Nuns to Barcodes with a little Richie Sambora in between: The most intriguing images Canvas Press has printed on canvas main image
From Nuns to Barcodes with a little Richie Sambora in between: The most intriguing images Canvas Press has printed on canvas
by Canvas Press | January 20, 2009

? In the second week of December with the holiday rush was in blizzard mode, I noticed four canvases lying on the large metal table in the print room. The straight avocado-colored lines and stark background seemed oversimplified and therefore forced me to seek an explanation from our production manager. I quickly learned these were barcodes printed on graduating sized canvases with the fifth and final being a red star strikingly like the Macy's logo. This was to be ...

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Instant Gratification with Wireless Memory Cards
by Caroline Cohoon | March 18, 2008

Integrate the convenience of wireless image transfers from your digital camera. Do you share your photos online? Even if you don?t, surely you download them to your computer. That usually means finding the right cables, hooking up your camera or plugging in a memory card? Then you have to copy all the files to the right directory? and then if you do share your photos on a website you have the additional time of copying and uploading. A new product ...

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A Giga-Pixel Breakthrough
by Caroline Cohoon | October 12, 2007

Forget MEGApixels and start taking GIGApixel images with your digital camera. That's right, with your tiny, point-and-shoot digital camera. New technology from Carnegie Mellon University in collaboration with NASA's Ames Research Center, Google and local Austin company, Charmed Labs now brings consumers the ability to create and share multibillion-pixel panoramas. They are called "GigaPans." Carnegie Mellon and Ames developed software that could digitally stitch together hundreds of overlapping images to create one large, extremely high resolution picture. Charmed Labs ...

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The Strength of Survivors
by Caroline Cohoon | September 13, 2007

Canvas Press worked with Von Lehmden to print the images on canvas gallery wraps. Images fit into the walls and style of the clinic seamlessly.

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Tips-n-Tricks #13

Use a low ISO (100 or 200) when you head to the pool this Memorial Day. If you are daring you can wade in the pool with your camera...those can be some great photos but your camera might get a little splashed.


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