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Save up to 90% off using the discount code "MLQBMP".

Sale ends Friday, February 28th, 2020 at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Discount applies up to 90% off Premium Canvas Wraps and 50% off create your own wall art and photo products.

Standard shipping rates apply and will be reflected at checkout. All other costs are extra and are not included within the discounted prices.

Free Priority Shipping upgrade available for all standard US orders - does not apply to bulk or freight size orders. Apply when choosing shipping options at checkout.

Shipping address must be within the United States or Canada. One shipping address per order. Valid only for option purchased. Final Sale; no returns. 100% guarantee extends to the workmanship and materials used to produce the product. Sales tax applies in AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, DC, DE, GA, HI, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NV, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, & WY. All prices listed in USD.

Discounts do not apply Home Decor Collections (e.g. Coloring Canvas, Winter Art Prints, etc) or Throw Pillows. The discount amount is only applicable to the canvas products and does not apply toward additional services (ex. pro review, retouching). This offer only pertains to the Canvas on Demand Consumer website and cannot be used on Canvas on Demand Professional. This offer cannot be applied to previous or future orders. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers. We reserve the right to change this offer at any time.

Other Types of Image Quality Issues - Grainy, Blurry, or Soft


What do you mean by, my "image is grainy"?

Grain in an image is when there “noise” or a “sandy” texture, is visible throughout the image. We typically see three types of grain.

  • Digital Camera grain
  • Film grain
  • Black and White image grain

Types of Image Grain

Digital Camera Grain

This type of grain is typically caused when you try to take a picture without a flash in low light, or the image was taken with the front facing camera (most often used for selfies). If lighting is not optimal the camera adjusts for the low light by increasing the ISO setting. The front facing camera on your typical cell phone does not take as high of quality shots as the back facing camera.

We’ve contacted you about digital grain because we are concerned your image will not look great when enlarged and that the grain will cause a distraction. We can’t really remove the grain so we’ll either need a new image, or hear from you to proceed with the grainy image. If you need assistance sending us a new file click here.

Film Grain

Images shot on film are apt to have some noise that comes through when enlarged. We typically will proceed with images that have film grain. If we do contact you about an image that has film grain, it is typically because the image is also soft of focus.

Black and White Grain

Many black and white images have some grain. Our experience is that grain is inherent in many black and white images. We typically proceed with these images.

Blurry or Soft Images

When we enlarge your image the image looks blurry or soft of focus. This may not be readily visibile when viewed at a small size on your phone or at a small size.

An image can be blurry or soft due to a few different factors

  • The camera was not focused on the main subject of the image
  • Movement in the image caused motion blur
  • Older images can be soft due to the technology of the time


Unfortunately we cannot correct the blurriness or softness of an image. We need a new image to be submitted or your permission to proceed with the current image.