What We Ordered
We went for a 24x16in traditional canvas print at 1in in depth and a gallery wrap that continues the photo onto the edges.
We ordered our canvas online in three easy steps. First we decided which style of canvas we wanted, from a choice of a standard, triptych, multi-panel split and more. We then uploaded our chosen image and, using the on-screen visual as a guide, decided the size and depth of the canvas, along with a wrap finish. As a free extra, Photo-Canvas provides the option to add a creative finish to your work, including Black & White and Sepia, or there’s 1 Colour Splash (a pop-colour effect at £9). Plus you can print a personal message or website URL on the back of your canvas for an added £1.99.
At the checkout, Photo-Canvas provided the option to leave a mobile phone number and contact details with the order, which turned out to be a good idea, as it allowed a member of the quality control team to contact us via text-message, alerting us to the fact that an email had been sent regarding a small issue with our print image. This good service allowed us to deal with the problem quickly and efficiently.
Our sample arrived the very next morning after purchase, and came well packaged with a plastic wrap covering the canvas, protecting it from dust and dirt. One of the trickiest things to perfect on a canvas print is the corner folds. If done poorly, it’s a surefire way to make your work look slapdash, but Photo-Canvas has perfected this, providing some of the tidiest corners we’ve seen. As for the canvas itself, colours were bright, vibrant and retained good levels of contrast, with no sagging.
Our single canvas print was priced at a competitive £59, with free next-day delivery (mainland UK only). It also came packed with a hanging kit thrown in.
This traditional canvas print is an attractive buy, suited to almost any type of imagery, and a great value-for-money option.
£59 (inc FREE P+P)