When Printerpix got in touch asking if I would provide a review, I knew exactly which photo to get as a canvas. All the photos from my sister’s wedding day are gorgeous but this one is my favourite. The wedding photographer, Eriin Browne, is so amazingly talented. I’m also slightly jealous that my sister borrowed my veil and got a better picture with it than me! But sibling rivalry aside, I love this picture and couldn’t wait to see it blown up into a canvas for Clare.
Ordering the canvas through Printerpix is pretty simple, I uploaded my photo and chose which options I’d like. I could also edit the photo, ensure the edges were where I needed them to be and preview the canvas in a living room setting of my choice, giving an idea of scale. The photo I chose was obviously of a high standard and the file is 9MB, so it was well suited to a large 24″ x 16″ canvas. I think that’s the most important thing when choosing a photo for a canvas – there’s no point using a blurry instagram pic, it needs to be good quality to start with. I also opted for the gloss varnishing, thicker and higher quality photo canvas and the quality fixing and hanging kit.
When it arrived, I was able to take it straight out of the box and hang it up. The canvas is very high quality and as you can see the picture looks amazing on it. My sister is still sorting through her wedding photos but once she’s decided which ones to use I think she’ll be using Printerpix for her album. I’m also getting a photobook filled with our holiday photos, as soon as I get around to it.
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Also, if you wanted to take a look at some more of Eriins work, her website is EriinBrowne.wordpress.com.
N.B Thank you to Printerpix for providing the canvas for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own. This page also contains affiliate links so I get a few pennies if you do decide to order something.