Are you looking to print your image? When it comes to printing, there are two options available which consist of canvas or framed prints. Here are some differences between framed and canvas prints every photographer should know.

Framed Prints  

Framed prints can be carried out by yourself if you know how or can be outsourced from using a printing company or seller. Even though you can print your images yourself, you might not be able to achieve the same quality as a professional. When outsourcing, it’s important to choose a reputable company who can provide you with the details you need. An excellent printing company should be able to provide you with information on the type of paper they use, type of finish, type of ink and different frames available. Framed prints are considered a great investment and due to its longevity. It’s also versatile and inexpensive.  

Canvas Prints 

When it comes to canvas prints, it’s also crucial to choose a company that will let you change or add a final touch to your print. When printing, bear in mind that colours may differ from the actual photo and the final print. Another thing to consider is using a company that uses a kiln-dried wood type for canvases. This type of wood is ideal for canvasses to ensure it won’t warp in the longer run.  

 One of the advantages of having a canvas print is that they look more expensive compared to a framed print. It’s also glare-free and inexpensive without sacrificing durability or quality. A disadvantage is that canvas prints aren’t waterproof in comparison to framed prints which generally has a glass frame. It’s also not scratch-proof and proved to be more expensive than framed prints. 

 In conclusion, if you want to have images that last a long time invest in a high-quality printer or find a reliable company who can print your desired photograph. It also comes down to preference when choosing which type of print you prefer.