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20x20 cm Canvas print now £5.00 delivered using code @ My-picture

£5.00 @ My Picture
Sister site of Picanova which many of you have used and happy with! 20x20cm Canvas for £5 delivered. click get deal link, add photo, checkout then add code FREEPIC at basket stage (near bottom o… Read More
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[mod] 9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Sister site of Picanova which many of you have used and happy with!

20x20cm Canvas for £5 delivered.

click get deal link, add photo, checkout then add code FREEPIC at basket stage (near bottom of page)

Ideal for school photos, gaming room or anything really

Few sites which offer high res images if looking for ideas

thevideogamegallery.com
neogaf
pixabay

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/d4/59/f1/d459f1cba0634d003764c909f42c1a2f.jpg
http://www.canvasartd2u.co.uk/products/canvasart/stretched/Stretched-Canvas-07260-Stormtroopers%20Star%20Wars%20Lego-Modern-Canvas-A.jpg
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They sure make 20cm seem massive on the website
5 Likes
20x20 is square, so why are all the pics rectangular?

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2 Likes #1
Great price, going to order one now. Remember getting Mario/Duck hunt with my NES back in the day. Thanks for sharing
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menacedude
Great price, going to order one now. Remember getting Mario/Duck hunt with my NES back in the day. Thanks for sharing

Still got mine!

Most welcome :)
9 Likes #3
They sure make 20cm seem massive on the website
1 Like #5
For the oldies 7.8" x 7.8" not exactly huge
#6
Cheers ordered a personal pic on one. Not sure if a fiver delivered is good or not but it's a pic I wanted on printed so it was perfect timing. Thanks
#7
Used these people a few times, had a few issues... BUT their customer service is excellent! and every thing got resolved quickly and to my satisfaction.
#8
pan1100
For the oldies 7.8" x 7.8" not exactly huge

What are you talking about?
Look at Mario. He is so small in this big world. :)
1 Like #9
got an A1 personlised for 14.99 delivered. This seems small for the price
2 Likes #10
pan1100
For the oldies 7.8" x 7.8" not exactly huge

Depends who you ask
#11
20x20 cm is freaking tiny
#12
Does it include the frame the canvas is wrapped around in the pics above?
1 Like #13
thanks ordered
5 Likes #14
20x20 is square, so why are all the pics rectangular?
#15
Any deals floating about on large canvas prints? (thanks)
#16
Just ordered! Sent it my mum as a surprise, she's wanted a specific pic printing of the grandkids
Thanks for sharing!

Edited By: jojo_86 on Sep 13, 2016 20:40: Didn't print all
#17
Perfect timing for me too. Thank you. Also appreciate the extra links for video game site too
1 Like #18
Teeny tiny...
2 Likes #19
flipper118
They sure make 20cm seem massive on the website
they sure make it seem rectangular, which is impossible :P
#20
Can you only order one or will it stack? Use multiple times?
#21
ovverbruv
got an A1 personlised for 14.99 delivered. This seems small for the price
mind me asking where from?
#22
20cm is 7.8 inch so its a really small picture not worth £5 sorry
#23
patrick_000
Does it include the frame the canvas is wrapped around in the pics above?
"Canvas prints include 2 cm or 4 cm wooden stretcher frames. All Canvases are of high quality and are delivered fully assembled."
#24
alexfn
Can you only order one or will it stack? Use multiple times?
Doesn't stack so you get £6 off no matter how many you order. I wasn't able to use it multiple times (it said code already used) so it probably checks based on email address.
#25
so would pictures taken by a mobile phone look good on this size
#26
Hot!
1 Like #27
not a bad deal, but I couldn't purchase it as theres a problem with the picture, the ? block that the mushroom came from hasn't turned brown (like those blocks do once mario has punched them) so would irritate me every time I looked at it.
#28
GujSehambi
ovverbruv
got an A1 personlised for 14.99 delivered. This seems small for the price
mind me asking where from?


wowcher, will see if I can find it again
#30
chrisredmayne
so would pictures taken by a mobile phone look good on this size


On most new smartphones yes.
#31
Thanks OP
1 Like #33
I was about to order but that max filesize is pathetic at 6mb, the smallest I can get my landscape in png is 20mb. No idea why they wan't such compressed images for a large canvas.

Edited By: GoNz017 on Sep 14, 2016 11:20
#34
ours looks lovely on our wall
1 Like #35
thanks..ordered 2
#36
Decent price, but be wary as last time I ordered here the canvas arrived blurry, customer services were excellent offering to send me another canvas with a different picture free of charge, unfortunately it arrived just as blurry.
#37
pan1100
For the oldies 7.8" x 7.8" not exactly huge

Funny how men usually proclaim nearly 8 inches as big!
#38
Great thanks
#39
GoNz017
I was about to order but that max filesize is pathetic at 6mb, the smallest I can get my landscape in png is 20mb. No idea why they wan't such compressed images for a large canvas.

It sounds like your original file contains too much data / resolution. 20cm x 20cm @ 300dpi is 2362x2362 pixels, so anything beyond this is unnecessary for this canvas. Any 6-8 megapixel camera would produce enough raw resolution to satisfy a high quality image at this size.

When ordering photo services online, it's always best practice to set up your images according to the product you're buying. The canvas is 20cm x 20cm, so it means you may need to crop your image if it's not already square.

Providing the image is in focus and colour corrected, saving it at 2362x2362 pixels as a jpeg with compression level 9-12 (approx 1 - 4 mb) would result in the same quality canvas print as a 16mb lossless tif (also at 2362x2362). Remember that the canvas will be textured so artifacting (if any at all) is likely to be hidden. There is no tangible benefit to submitting a tif at this size, if anything it would be a poorer alternative to a jpg as it would take longer to upload/download.|

For closure you could put it to the test. Create a new blank document at 2362x2362 pixels. Paste on to this your landscape and, once happy with the positioning, save 2 versions, one as a level 10 jpg and one as a lossless tif.

Frivolously place 2 orders using these two images and see if there is any difference once the canvases are delivered.
#40
Arkival
GoNz017
I was about to order but that max filesize is pathetic at 6mb, the smallest I can get my landscape in png is 20mb. No idea why they wan't such compressed images for a large canvas.
It sounds like your original file contains too much data / resolution. 20cm x 20cm @ 300dpi is 2362x2362 pixels, so anything beyond this is unnecessary for this canvas. Any 6-8 megapixel camera would produce enough raw resolution to satisfy a high quality image at this size.
When ordering photo services online, it's always best practice to set up your images according to the product you're buying. The canvas is 20cm x 20cm, so it means you may need to crop your image if it's not already square.
Providing the image is in focus and colour corrected, saving it at 2362x2362 pixels as a jpeg with compression level 9-12 (approx 1 - 4 mb) would result in the same quality canvas print as a 16mb lossless tif (also at 2362x2362). Remember that the canvas will be textured so artifacting (if any at all) is likely to be hidden. There is no tangible benefit to submitting a tif at this size, if anything it would be a poorer alternative to a jpg as it would take longer to upload/download.|
For closure you could put it to the test. Create a new blank document at 2362x2362 pixels. Paste on to this your landscape and, once happy with the positioning, save 2 versions, one as a level 10 jpg and one as a lossless tif.
Frivolously place 2 orders using these two images and see if there is any difference once the canvases are delivered.
I was referring to the link I quoted for the A1 canvas, close up a 6mb would resemble a minecraft picture with jpg compression of my landscape shot. :)

I doubt any of the professionals who I used to deal with as a printer engineer would ever consider using a jpg if they had a raw file and photoshop, fair enough with a point and shoot that only outputs a jpg.

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