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Canvas prints, headshots, and picture printing services of the highest quality are delivered right to your door anywhere in British Columbia.
With over 20 years in business, we at Vancouver Photo Lab understand the importance of photo and the memory it helps to preserve. A picture speaks a million words, and therefore to keep the memory for years to come, we offer canvas wrapping services all over Canada. Our canvas printing service is renowned for its superior quality and an eye for attention to detail. We offer a wide range of options regarding materials, with wood and metal frames being some of the fan favorites. We also want all our clients to be able to customize each and every part of the canvas completely, therefore, has an array of options for a theme to choose from the thickness of the frame to the immense number of color options to choose from, we make sure that all our customers are 100% satisfied with the end product.
While canvas wrapping is an art by itself, a few photos require some extra attention due to wear and tear. We give extra attention to such pictures and offer a photo restoration service using our own method, customer developed by Vancouver Photo Lab with our 20 years of experience in this industry. We do not reply on a cheap off-the-shelf solution for our photo restoration service and take great pride in replicating some of the best photo restorations all over Canada. Every picture looks crisp with ample details, especially in problematic areas like the skin and eye with no grains at all. Our service is loved all over Canada, and we are confident of producing the best result currently available on the market.
Studio quality headshot photo for branding now at Cranbrook, British Columbia
As the major city in the East Kootenay region of southeast British Columbia, Canada’s province of Victoria, Cranbrook is located on each side of the Kootenay River, at the junction of the St. Mary’s River. There is a static display of rail infrastructure carriages built for the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1920s and for the Spokane International Railway in the 1900s at the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel, which is also located in the city. Despite the fact that the majority of the town is relatively level, Cranbrook is defined by a series of rising hills on which a large number of residential houses are clustered together.
Cranbrook is flanked on the west by the Purcell Mountains and on the north and east by the Rocky Mountains, which are the province’s most significant natural landmarks. Cranbrook is surrounded by a large number of water bodies, which complements the city’s calmness perfectly. There is a high demand in the business community for quality laminating and headshot services that Vancouver photo lab is fulfilled for over 20 years.
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