Digital cameras are built into near enough everything these days, making them easily accessible and easy to use— but it’s also really easy to just let your photos sit on your camera, memory card, computer or phone! Being an avid photographer, I’m usually pretty good at letting them see the light of day and will print them off in batches, to save money; I’ve already got almost two photo albums full of snaps of Byron (and he’s only 3 months old, eek!) and we made a photobook ourselves from the photos Eleanor took at our wedding.
We’ve been meaning to get a big print of our fav wedding photo and a nice big one of Byron too, so when the lovely people at HelloCanvas offered to send me one of my photos on canvas to review, it seemed silly to say no! We chose to print the wedding snap, as laziness has got the better of me and practically all my photos of Byron are of iPhone quality. (Note to self: Use DSLR!)
The canvas arrived today, just 5 days after I sent the image. Impressive! The quality is great and the colours are brilliant and true to the original image— and at 20×28 inches, it’s a decent size too! It retails for just £29, but you can get a canvas from £13-£99, so there’s something for everyone & every occasion. They have a lowest price guarantee, but don’t scrimp on quality— they’re simply able to lower their buying costs as they are the largest canvas suppliers in the UK.
Some other great things about HelloCanvas:
* If you don’t have a digital copy of the photo you want, you can send them a print, which they will scan (for free!) & send back to you
* They have a money back guarantee!
* Free shipping!
* Delivery is within one week
* They use UV resistant inks, so they won’t fade in the sun
* They offer extra effects (although please, please, please don’t get colour highlight! It’s the devil’s work.)
I’ll be roping my husband into hanging this up asap and we’ll certainly be using HelloCanvas to get prints of Byron in the future!