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Major, E. (2017). Vinyl or canvas: Which Is The Best Choice For Photoprinting?. PHILICA.COM Article number 1124.

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Vinyl or canvas: Which Is The Best Choice For Photoprinting?

Edward Major Majorunconfirmed user (printshop, Abilene Christian University)

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Canvas is more affordable than modern and traditional framing, and this is popular for mounting a photo. When compared to traditional methods, the cost advantage is because you will not need any frame to install a photo or graphic art on the wall. If you want to order canvas prints? Just visit photo4me today.

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Family photos and realistic art paintings can be ideal if you are tired of looking at empty white walls in your home or office. You can choose vinyl or canvas, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages.   
 
A high-resolution image on a banner print material is a great choice for a showcase image, product showcasing, bold logo printing and many more projects such as trespassing prints, interior, and exterior prints. However, you can also do prints for wall mounting prints as well using vinyl printing. These types of prints will withstand harsh weather; resist fading, and last longer. 
For wall mounting, vinyl printing produces full and vivid color graphics. Many businesses use robust and durable custom vinyl decal, which is vinyl that is cut with an adhesive back to it.  
 
The benefits of vinyl are what you might want to look at before you order canvas prints. It is great! Vinyl printing and custom vinyl decal are eco-friendly materials. They can be hung on walls, from poles and left dangling over streets to produce true size and position. They can also be used on company vehicles, on business products, and on worksites to advertise a business. 
Canvas prints, on the other hand, can be used for house wall prints, images for office reception areas, images to hang in conference rooms, and images to hang in lobbies. People use multiple canvases to create intensity and feature accents in their spaces and that's another important consideration as you order canvas prints. 
 
You can also buy canvas foam board material that has all the characteristics of a foam board but its texture is similar to that of the canvas. It is now printed on inkjet printers and will create a traditional look. 
 
Canvas is more affordable than modern and traditional framing, and this is popular for mounting a photo. When compared to traditional methods, the cost advantage is because you will not need any frame to install a photo or graphic art on the wall.  
In fact, the canvas is by way more affordable than vinyl, which is one great factor you need to consider as you order canvas prints online. In terms of durability, vinyl is advantageous because it is resistant to UV. Both materials are vulnerable to scratching and denting. Vinyl also leads in terms of distinctiveness due to its modernistic appearance.

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