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Can I reproduce an image from my digital camera?
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Can I stretch canvas giclee prints?
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Can my web image be copied and reproduced?
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Why convert and work in RGB instead of CMYK?
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Yes, and we offer this service. If you do plan to stretch your prints, be sure to figure in a border to the print.

You can wrap canvas to the back of the stretcher bars or to the sides. Wrapping to the back allows the print to be displayed without a frame, however more border is necessary. If stretching to the sides a frame will be needed to cover unsightly staples.

For heavy duty back-wrapped prints, allow a 3 inch border for stretching. Likewise, a 1.5 inch border for side-wrapped. For standard bars, allow 2 inch and 1 inch borders respectively.

A stretched canvas will add weight and dimensional size to a package. We need to know these factors before quoting a shipping price, but it typically will not be more than twice normal shipping cost.

If you want to stretch you own canvas, we will leave a border for you to work with. We also recommend applying a clear coat after stretching.