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How to Print Photos onto Canvas Online


Canvas prints are affordable, sophisticated and the perfect way in which to capture and display your favourite family snaps. The question is, how do you print photos onto canvas online? The great news is that canvas printing is not rocket science, and if the canvas wall art company provides you with an online design tool to really get creative with your prints, it is a simple, enjoyable way to immortalise your memories.

Here at RapidStudio, we make it easy for you to print photos onto canvas online. If you would like to begin the canvas printing process, here is how to get started:

Canvas Printing at RapidStudio

The first step is to select the canvas style that you like the most. There are a number of gorgeous options to choose from including Box-mount, Skinny, Floating or Contemporary. Once you have settled on your favourite and clicked on the thumbnail, you will then press the order online button on the following screen and let us know the size and orientation that you would like. From there, you will be redirected to our easy canvas printing online editor.
The online editor allows you to upload your photos and experiment with our special layouts. You can even add text to your photos if you wish. When you are happy with the design, you can then add your newly created canvas to the cart and look through our available extras such as easels, stands and FREE colour correction. Make your selections and continue on to the checkout process. You will be able to effortlessly make payment online securely via Payfast, using your credit card or via EFT. Once your payment has been received, we will get working on your beautiful canvas wall art!

Easy-peasy! For information about our canvas printing prices or about the canvas printing process in general, be sure to get in touch with our team.

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