I was recently contacted by Photobox to see if I would like to review for them. I was absolutely over the moon and jumped at the chance. I already had a Photobox account as I had used them before. May I add, I always been more than happy with all that I have ordered. The quality of the prints I had ordered were great.
I decided to choose a canvas from the website to review. This is one of the best-selling products on the website. The photo I used was from my IPhone 5 so I was hoping it was going to look good, but I wasn’t expecting it to be as good as from a camera.
One evening I went through all my photos, chose my photo and went to the Photobox website. Now I really am not the greatest with anything that’s slightly technical and I thought I would end up messing up and ending up with a blank canvas being sent to me. How wrong could I have been. Here is the process I went through to get my canvas. It was simple and easy to use.
CREATING THE CANVAS
Canvas I chose, Little man and his Grandad
The wrap and no wrap choice is, If you want the picture to be printed around the edges or left blank. I chose with wrap as I think it looks nicer. The website also tells you if the imagine you upload is a good quality image or not. If it says the image quality isn’t good, it just means it wont be as good once printed.
The process could not be any easier. The website really is very user-friendly and I would 100% recommend Photobox to anyone.
I ordered the canvas on Saturday, I got a text on Sunday to say it would be delivered on the Monday. I was really happy with this and thought that was a great service. When the canvas arrived I was so excited to open it and have a look. I was a bit worried even though the website said the image was good quality it was still from my phone. I had a look and could not believe how amazing the canvas looked. The quality really was amazing and the picture looked fab. The canvas also comes with the fittings need to secure it to the wall.
Back of the canvas showing the fixtures
Overall I love the canvas and WILL be having a few more printed. I really want a split canvas print, which is one picture spread over a few canvasses.