Aluminum Prints

An image on aluminum provides almost magically luminescent prints. Dyes are infused directly into a specially coated aluminum sheet, yielding brilliant and impressive colors. Detail and resolution are unsurpassed.
Since aluminum is rigid, there is no need for framing, and the print comes ready-to-hang. It provides a very contemporary look. If you prefer, though, you can frame aluminum prints, and if you intend to, please note that in the notes section of your order.
In spite of their many positive characteristics, aluminum prints are highly reflective, and may not be appropriate for a room that gets a lot of direct sunlight. This issue can be overcome by providing dedicated lighting for the print.


Xpozer

For the best value, particularly in large print sizes, Xpozer is outstanding. This innovative, contemporary look allows printing large images at reasonable prices.  The images are printed on a vivid satin photo material in 12 colors for outstanding color and sharpness. It arrives rolled in a triangular box. You unroll the print, and the Xpozer hanging system fits into the corners of the print pulling it taut. Included is a hanging device that allows hanging with one nail.


Metallic paper

If you prefer you prints framed in a traditional style, this is a great option for you. The image is printed on metallic paper, providing brilliant and detailed colors, and outstanding sharpness. The difference between Metallic and Baryta papers is that metallic paper is thin and fairly glossy. It has no texture. Baryta is a much heavier rag-based paper that has some texture to it, and is considerably less glossy.  In this case, the print will arrive loose, and you would then take it to your favorite framing shop to have it mounted and framed to your taste. Be sure all materials are acid-free to preserve the archival nature of the print.


Baryta paper

If you prefer you prints framed in a traditional style, this is a great option for you. The image is printed on a traditional, thick, rag-based fine art paper that might have been used by famous film photographers, providing the same brilliant and detailed colors as a metallic paper. The difference between Metallic and Baryta papers is that metallic paper is thin and fairly glossy. It has no texture. Baryta is a much heavier rag-based paper that has some texture to it, and is considerably less glossy. In this case, the print will arrives loose, and you would then take it to your favorite framing shop to have it mounted and framed to your taste. Be sure all materials are acid-free to preserve the archival nature of the print.