/ large format and canvas prints

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Dream - on 14 Dec 2012
Hi,

I just wondered if anyone had any experience with canvas prints or large prints? I'm looking for a good quality supplier as I've been unimpressed with some of the cheaper internet sites I've used. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks

Dan
ripper - on 14 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream: There's a small, local-to-me guy I've used to produce prints at up to A1 size for clients, to hang on office walls etc, at a cost of about 18 a time. Canvas is obviously a lot more, around 50-60 for the same size (obviously both are cheaper if you go smaller). depends what you mean by 'good quality' I suppose - I'll email you his details.
ChrisJD on 14 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream:

Try Peak Imaging

http://www.peak-imaging.co.uk/

(not a great website)
cas smerdon - on 14 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream: Tesco have half price offer at the moment
Dream - on 17 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream:

Thanks all for your replys.

I have heard some good things about peak-imaging so may give them a go.

Loxely colour seem to be another good though, though expensive. Will just have to try them all out with a small canvas or print and compare.
Ice Nine - on 17 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream: I use these guys:

http://www.professionalphotoprints.co.uk/

You have to size and profile your pictures and send them a print-ready file but their quality and turnaround are excellent, usually next day service. Not bad price-wise too. Full price list and instructions on the website.
David Cowley - on 17 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream: design xpress in consett co. Durham. Check them out online. My lass works for them
jonnie3430 - on 18 Dec 2012
In reply to David Cowley:

I've used these guys: https://www.zip-posters.co.uk/ the paper is OK (and cheap!,) but light, the gloss photo darker.
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I'd rather be climbing - on 18 Dec 2012
In reply to Dream:

I use www.amc-photographics.com/ quite often and have never had any problems with them, they do framed or unframed canvas prints (i.e you have to make your own frame and mount it).

They are pretty quick too.

Steve

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