Sunday, November 4, 2012

Printcopia Review

Printcopia

I was recently approached by Printcopia to do a review of their product.  Our fabulous neighbour, photographer and owner of Michelle Ward Digital Images, had just given us our photos of Pickle and I thought "sure, I'll do a review and get a print of Pickle's new photos in the process".

I wasn't too sure how photos on canvas would turn out, so I was a little skeptical about the whole thing.    The Printcopia website is very user friendly and uploading you image is a breeze.  In fact, my very large, high quality, digital image took less than 10 seconds to upload.  That's very impressive, especially when I don't have a lot of extra time to spend online.  You can even upload images from Facebook and Instagram if so inclined.

You begin you order by selecting a size.  Printcopia has a range of sizes starting at 8" x 8" and ending at 30" x 40".  But, that's not all; they also have a custom size selector so you're certain to get the perfect size canvas to fit your space.  You can also select the canvas thickness; I went with .75" thickness to match the rest of the artwork I have displayed in our home.
Next you choose options for the sides of your canvas.  You can completely customize exactly how you want your photos on canvas to look; making the piece something you'll truly enjoy.

Once you've completed all your choice selections, it's time to check out.  Printcopia only accepts credit card (Visa, Amex or Mastercard) payments.  So if you're like many people today and don't own a credit card, this won't be a suitable print business for you to use.
Payments aside, the check out process is quick and painless.  It took me less than a minute to complete.

Once you've completed your order, the waiting is the hardest part.  However, I was very pleasantly surprised when my photo on canvas arrived just a few short days later!

I'm very pleased with the quality of the canvas.  My biggest decision right now, is trying to figure out the perfect place to hang it!

Disclaimer:  I received a free photo on canvas in exchange for my review.  The opinions expressed in this post are 100% my own.


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