Preparing a Canvas for Print – The Digital Stretch

Author Recent Posts Nicole BegleyNicole Begley, M.Photog.Cr., CPP, is a zoological animal trainer turned pet photographer and educator. She created Hair of the Dog in 2012 to empower pet photographers to turn their dreams into reality by helping them improve their craft and grow their pet photography business.Nicole has authored a book “Pet and Equine […]

Written By Nicole Begley

On September 12, 2013
I'm a big fan of cropping in camera and my clients are big fans of canvases.  If you have printed canvases before, you know that it can be tricky to deal with the extra space in the image that is needed for the wrap!  The video below will show you two different techniques that you can use to prepare your canvases for print without cropping off half of your image.  My favorite canvas vendor is Simply Color Lab.  In my opinion their quality is top of the line and their customer service is even better.  I definitely recommend checking them out.

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