CANVAS MOUNT PRINTS

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    KEN LAST
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    Is it conceivable that canvas mount photo”s could find their way into club use. I can easily recall –when “Colour” would never take off in photo clubs. The changes invariably catch up in clubs. Why I query this to myself is seeing the superb quality at such a reasonable price for one I sent to Germany to be produced. A fiver to be delivered to my door from Germany. The colours are perfect-spot on and the finished article of excellent standard. I could see them–much “As Well As ” adding a bit of variety to an exhibition for example. No mounting or framing-light to transport and the price so competitive. Having ordered one from the German company the follow up prices are amazing and a gift.

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    #19853

    wbaxter
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    Interesting Ken, would it be possible to post a link to the site please.

    #19862

    KEN LAST
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    my-picture.co.uk—–That should get you there Wallace—–if can help further would be pleased.My canvas I mentioned is 60cm x 40cm.if you wish to have a looksee you will be very welcome. ken

    #19867

    wbaxter
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    Thanks Ken, have had a look at the web site and it certainly is good value for money. If I want a canvas print I shall try them.

    #20131

    KEN LAST
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    Crikey—-It came today within six days of ordering. We thought 20″x16″ were large photo”s. I had ordered another canvas print 120cm. x 80cm. Equal about 48 inches x 31″. Like almost one and a quarter metres wide and that is a whoppa. What is so good is the colour rendition and detail which is excellent. They make my framed 20x16s look old fashioned. I was not there for plate camera”s but since then I have seen so many changes in photography, all of which have become the norm for club photography. Young people coming into clubs are more likely to regard paper stuck onto card very old fashioned and look to introduce canvas. Certainly they would enhance an exhibition. I was attracted to a superb set in my dentists at Riverside. A superb collection of Nantwich images on very large canvas set on various walls in reception and surgeries. So I claim to be the first to have said it. BTW my monster cost £24 plus £3 for hanging gear and a fiver for tracked delivery from Cologne.

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