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Photography – Capturing the Moments

Whether it’s a wedding day, the first months of life of your newborn baby, an important birthday, or just an everyday moment that represents a strong emotion, happiness, love, nostalgia. Putting a digital photo on canvas is a way to create your own unique, individual and meaningful artwork to hang in your home.

Digital Photo on Canvas

With the proliferation of photographs as a result of digital photography, it’s increasingly common for more of us to have hundreds and hundreds of digital photos on file. And within these thousands of images, it’s easy to lose that special photograph that really captured the moment. But just a few clicks of the mouse away and you can lift the image from obscurity, putting your digital photos on canvas to show to the world.

Memories Fade, Photos Last

Photography has the power to capture people, places and moments in time that can be lost to memory. And for some, photographs may be all they have left of a loved one. Even if you don’t have a digital camera, it’s possible to post a photograph to a digital photo on canvas company or scan old prints into your computer to email. And the great thing about canvas prints is you can alternate and change the photographs and create new art work that evolves and reflects your life as time passes.

Canvas Prints – Magic Moments

Photographs can make great artwork. To use personal photos, putting a digital photo on canvas, is a way to create a true, unique expression that communicates who you are, your values and whats important to you. Creating canvas prints of a loved dog, or capturing a magic moment such as your toddler laughing in bluebell fields, or a digital photo on canvas of a person you love best or a place that inspires you, are ways of really bringing your home alive. Photographs have the unique power to reveal, celebrate, show your passions, capture beauty and express love. Exhibitions and books are dedicated to the fascination photographs can inspire, changing how we perceive our world around us.



Source by Michael P Rossi