How to Frame a Printed Canvas Photo

Screenshot taken from the video

Screenshot taken from the video

Those of us who are more experienced photographers know the benefits of printing images: but not many know just what goes into creating a canvas and how it’s personally the ultimate image viewing experience. But Julia Kelleher did a video with creativeLive to show just what goes into canvas making. To be honest, you can really do this at home.

One of the most important things about photography is the interpersonal experience and not what you can see behind a screen. To that end, seeing prints–and more specifically matte canvas prints is really big to any photographer’s experience. In fact, it’s what makes me love the Epson SureColor P600 even more. So if you ever want to print your images, know that on a matte canvas is really the ultimate experience because of how it absorbs instead of reflects light.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.