Pull your hunting, fishing and cottage photos out of your digital media and display them easily, in the real world, with the help of Posterjack.ca!

I was excited when I was asked to review the poster product and photo art service at Posterjack. It gave me a simple opportunity to free a photo of a loon I had captured, on a Northern Ontario lake, from my computer’s hard drive.

The hardest part about the online process, was trying to determine which of Posterjack’s photo products I wanted. After a simple photo upload process, I was presented with options to turn my picture into a photo poster, a photo canvas print, a giant peel and stick poster, a photo collage or a stylish framed photo.

My loon photo’s destiny became that of a large semi-gloss poster that I am going to mount in my own custom frame. Once it was uploaded, the Posterjack.ca website gave me feedback as to the quality of my photo (for the size of poster I selected), an opportunity to make minor colour changes and border choices of varying colours and thickness.

 

The process was easy.

Finally, after that, I was directed to a secure payment check-out to complete my photo art order. Amazingly, my positive experience did not end there. Posterjack.ca sent me an order confirmation email and shipping detail (with tracking number) email so that I could track my travelling loon poster to my home’s mailbox. I got my poster in two days and it was obvious safe shipment is a priority to Posterjack.ca .

The packaging can be re-used or recycled and it can probably weather a flash storm on Lake Muskoka. They even sent an email reminding me that my poster had been delivered.

Posterjack.ca is based out of Toronto and the photo art company has “surpassed the traditional photo companies and now produces more photo art than any other company in Canada”.

Consider unleashing the outdoor photos from your digital media drives today.

*Muskoka Outdoors was given an online credit to review the Posterjack poster product. This review represents my own thoughts about their product and service.

Bill Anderson