Photo Printing: What Makes Your Pictures Alive?

by Marc T. Romero Business Consultant, Marketing

Photo printing has a new meaning in the world of classical images today. The revolution surpasses imagination from the traditional film to photo paper to a more sophisticated method of printing. Everyone definitely wants an excellent portrait of themselves, mounted on the wall at their home or at the office. Businesses on the other hand would want to have their products showcased on high-quality prints.

Considering what people wanted for their photos, editing should also be done in the best way possible. The right process should start from a professional photographer, high-end editing with exceptional skills, and top of the line printing services. If you want to stand out, then level up your expectations and goals.

Before a professional photographer takes your pictures to a printing service, they will always make sure of the product outcome. For instance, if you wanted to enlarge photos, they will make sure that the images are in high resolution. Also, the printing shop should have the right equipment to print out high-quality images.

Professional photographers always use a sophisticated photo editing software to get you beautiful prints. However, not all photo editing software is suitable for enlargement of photos; some are only good for reducing the size. If you enlarge your photos, they may end up being highly pixelated images. Therefore, it is best to leave it to the professionals. 

What’s next after editing?

Now you need to make a choice of where and how you want to print those images. Photographers will ask you which kind of prints would you prefer. and professional photographers will most likely recommend metal printing since it is both an art and a science. 
Why Metal Printing?

Metal printing is the best in terms of the wide array of colors and crisp fine details. The clarity in these pictures is jaw-dropping. Images of high resolution are well-balanced, made with custom-engineered imaging equipment which stands unrivaled in its ability to render life-like images directly into the aluminum finish.

The fantastic work of art involves using an aluminum sheet of metal. In this process, dye is infused into the sheet of metal to preserve the pictures. The metal print results in highly screaming beauty, with glowing colors and luminous finish.

Unlike the traditional paper printing, metal prints last longer than you can imagine. They are said to last up to five times longer than the usual photo prints. 

You can use the metal prints for high-quality photo prints, promotional photos like billboards, fine arts, products, trade shows, home décor, and so much more. Metal prints can serve you with the utmost quality. It is definitely money well-spent!

Fine art photo printing or what is known as metal printing, is a relatively new industry. It was invented back in 2003 by Roger Laudy. He is the founder of Image Wizards. There are many competitors out there, online and offline, but no one can compete with Roger. They try to imitate their process, but to no success, they all fail. With over 40 years of product development behind their imaging technology, Image Wizards’ Metal Print is the best. 

The designs are mesmerizing. For example, if you want something that portrays a delicate or fragile and romantic scene you can pick the curved edge. Other options in finishing include the framed, double float metal print and acrylic metal print. The acrylic metal print brings out the textile-like feature that no other finishing can match - a high-quality print. 

When you look at the Image Wizards’ prints, you are not simply seeing a printed picture but you are seeing dyes sublimated and suspended at different depths in the coating on the surface of the aluminum. This gives the prints an unparalleled life-like feeling.

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About Marc T. Romero Advanced   Business Consultant, Marketing

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