We consistently color calibrate our printers, use the highest quality inks, and apply the Adobe RGB color profile to ensure your images come out just the way you expected.
Our canvases begin with the finest quality solid pine wood stretcher bars and thick, archival grade, poly-cotton blend canvas that will produce canvases to last a lifetime.
All of our canvases are hand stretched and personally inspected before being carefully packaged and shipped with your satisfaction guranteed!
The frame of the canvas gives it structure. At Lumaprints Pro, we use only solid wood for canvases that will not bend, warp or distort overtime. We never settle for cheaper alternatives
To save money, competitors often use cheap alternatives to solid wood stretcher bars such as particle board which is engineered wood manufactured from wood chips and sawdust, or high-density fiberboard which is also an engineered wood product that essentially feels like cardboard.
Another way competitors cut framing costs is by using solid wood that is very thin or starts thick but curves in to be thin.
Each and every one of our canvases is hand stretched the traditional way. We never take the shortcut of glueing the canvas to another surface.
Traditional gallery wrap canvases are hand stretched over wooden stretcher bars and secured to the back of the frame. Quality stretching involves the canvas image being tightly wrapped around the frame with the corners cut and folded to produce neat and clean corners and back-sides. Competitors who do not take the extra care during the canvas stretching process can produce a loose wrap that distorts the image or have messy folds, corners, and loose ends.
We use high, archival quality inks, consistently color calibrate our monitors & printers and use the Adobe RGB color profile to ensure your images come out perfectly
In order to get the print just the right color, monitors and printers should be color calibrated often. Also, it is important to use high quality, OEM pigment inks on thick that will resist fading and thick, archival grade, poly-cotton blend canvases that are pH neutral, acid free, and will not color or yellow over time. Competitors who take the shortcut of not calibrating printers or use cheap, knock-off inks may produce prints that do not look like the original image.