How Would You Like Your Images Printed?
Canvas Gallery Wraps
Canvas gallery wraps are a classic method for displaying your images and have a traditional artistic feel. They go with any decor and are exceptionally popular. There is minimal glare which makes them great for hanging in rooms with a lot of different lights or windows.
Your pet photograph is printed directly on the museum quality canvas and then a protective coating is applied. It is wrapped around a wooden stretcher frame and the corners are meticulously folded. The back can then be sealed with a black paper covering, and various hangers are available.
Metal prints are currently our most popular product. They are vibrant, bold, and colorful with a modern feel. Metal prints have vibrant colors due to the high gloss finish and the printing method. However, this finish does reflect more light than canvas. They are also waterproof which is great for using in high humidity areas.
The photograph of your pet is printed on an aluminum sheet using heat to transfer dye onto the metal. The aluminum is sealed and then a floater block is applied to the backside. This allows the print to float slightly off the wall giving the images an extra touch of dimension.
Other Options for Your Pet Portraits
We also offer other ways of displaying your pet's portraits. These include beautiful albums with various cover options, mounted photographs and gift prints, and stunning framed photos under museum glass. High resolution digital images are also available for purchase. General pricing information can be found by clicking the button below. For more specific pricing please give us a call so we can discuss what you are looking for and go over options.
If you are in the DC, Maryland, or Virginia areas please reach out to us and we will come to your home and show you our products before you book your session. We can be reached by calling (240) 334-7694 or by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would prefer you can also click the "contact us" button at the bottom of the page.