Metal has always been my favourite form of printing. Photographs come alive on the medium and get transformed with it with its magical illuminances. Metal prints are not for every photograph, that’s why deciding how to display your photographs is almost as important as deciding how to shoot them.
The Paper print. It’s been around since 1839 after British inventor William Henry Fox Talbot created the salt print, the earliest form of paper photography. Since it’s inception, there are and have been 100s of different types of papers that you can print your photography or art onto. In this article I’ll discuss the Pro’s and Cons of printing on paper.
Canvas is a timeless classic. It’s been around for centuries. From classic paintings to mass produced “Ikea” art, a canvas has seen it all. But what are the actual benefits of using this medium? What are its strengths and weaknesses? And most importantly. Is it for you?
Because both Mediums lend themselves to images with similar attributes. Such as Vibrant Colours & Deep Contrast. This makes Choosing a medium for printing your photos even more tough, but acrylic is almost certain to give you some truly vibrant results. Let’s take a look at what kinds of pictures look best in acrylic, as well as the environments that really suit this unique printing method.
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