We talk a lot on this blog about how to improve all aspects of your photography, but sometimes all you really want to do is play! This week we’re going to encourage you to mess around with perspective with these fun shots. All you need is any kind of..
Following up from last week’s blog about getting your colours right for printing, here’s another article that will help you with the post production, or processing of your photos..
We recently posted an article about the printers and inks that we use for our canvas photo printing services; while quality equipment and products are essential in order to give you the best end result, we also take care of other important elements o..
There once was a time where you took a photo and that was that – no editing software, no gimmicks, just a quick snapshot to capture an image for posterity. Then, as computers and technology became more sophisticated, we started to be introduced to di..
Spring has well and truly sprung, and now is a great time to think about jazzing up your walls with some new art work. Not everyone has a budget for original art, but we’re not going to let that stop us coming up with some seasonal ideas to get the c..
Preparing for a photo shoot, whether it's a professional or a home studio session, can be both exciting and a little nerve-wracking. Some people are naturals in front of the camera, whereas others need a little loosening up before they can feel comfo..
With the UK's recent (and continuing) spate of wet, wild and treacherous weather, we've been privy to some dramatic footage and photographs on the TV, newspaper and Internet...
Last week we posted an article with loads of advice for DIY boudoir photo shoots, so the ladies can give their partners a romantic, personalised Christmas present - so this week it's the boys' turn!..
If you're looking for an ultra-stylish and personal Christmas gift for your partner this year, then why not create your own DIY boudoir photo shoot and have the best image or two printed onto canvas? It's a lot cheaper than paying for a private shoot..
Selecting the images that you want printed onto canvas can take a real investment of time and be a hard decision. Once you've settled on the photo or photos that you want printing, you'll need to decide where to hang them and make sure that you look ..
Here at Your Image 2 Canvas we love to share information, advice and facts with our blog readers, so following on from our Brief History of Printing last week, here we’re going to take a look at some of the better known methods of printing. Some of t..
We know that Christmas is still a few weeks away, but time just whizzes by and before you know it the annual “What are we going to buy Auntie Betty?!” panic will set in...
Some people avoid using prime lenses because they mistakenly believe that they’re not versatile enough. To some extent that’s true, as you’re restricted to a fixed focal length – but the quality of the images that they produce make it absolutely wort..
In last week’s blog we took a look at how people source their images for canvas prints; while many of you will be happy taking your own photos, we also talked about sourcing images from the Internet – after all, you’ve got the world at your fingertip..
Whether applied to the world of marketing, design or health, it's a long-held belief that colour has a profound psychological effect on our subconscious - so when you're choosing an image to print onto canvas, it may be worth thinking about the predo..