Canvas panorama

Another quickie. I got a few pictures of mine printed on canvas with a nice gallery wrap from Imagekind, including my most recent panorama in two parts. I think it looks pretty good.

  • SantyClawz 7y

    That would make good potential presents for people.... I might have to do this with a few of my shots to put up in my apartment too....

    How much did this cost to do?
  • Matt 7y

  • Andrew Magill 7y

    They're about $50 each, and $20 more for shipping each one. But that's because I got canvas prints pre-mounted. The print quality is fantastic, they do a nice job of mounting them on the stretcher frame, and their shipment packing is overkill protective.
    If you want to get some, get on their mailing list first.. they give out coupon codes for free shipping every month or two. Or get them unmounted and make the stretcher frame yourself.. lots cheaper that way. That is assuming you get the canvas prints. They have some nice framing options for paper prints, too.
  • Chris Owens 7y

    That's beautiful! Seriously perfect print/mount technique for those shots.
  • Francesco Bastianello 4y

    really cool!
    it looks 3d
  • Boris Dzhingarov 2y

    I used your photo at my blog post - Add Texture to Your Home to Make It Enticing and Adorable. I gave credit to your flickr profile. I hope the way I gave you credit is fine for you.
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