Printing Photographs on Canvas at a Discount

The technology has existed for quite some time and is now very refined. Prints on canvas are beautiful and long-lasting. The better companies use archival canvas/coating and archival inks, pigmented or traditional dye-based.  The better firms produce quality results, short turn-around time and secure packaging.

However, that’s been a while and I have heard some good reports about newer companies who, like Avis, claim the “try harder.” I am about to try one or two of these companies for my own work and I have joined them as an affiliate. So (DISCLAIMER HERE) if you click a link on this page I may earn a commission and it costs you no more; nor does it influence what I say about a company.

There are a couple I am going to try. I already know the quality and 100% Satisfaction Guarantee of the company that does my art photography (gallery at USPictures.com) printing and fulfillment, but there are times I need a canvas print – without it being from my gallery, or not being something I care to show and/or offer for sale to the general public..

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Easy Canvas Prints says, “Our prints are giclee prints made from archival inks. The canvas is a cotton-based material. The finished product has a semi-gloss surface.”

Easy Canvas Prints offers 25% off and free shipping – or – a BOGO (buy one and get one free) – just about all the time. However, they occasionally run short term special promotions.



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says, “We are passionate about producing quality canvases to inspire your walls and we back this by our 100% Money-back guarantee.”

CanvasDiscount also offers free shipping on orders over $55.00. That would be covered with two 16×20 canvas prints (at $31+/- each).

 


I’ll report back after my order(s) is(are) received to see if  my quality standards are met. If not…

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