All about Metal Prints
Metal prints reveal the soul of a photograph. From the northern lights in astrophotography to the sparkling eyes in a child’s portrait, metal prints create a unique look that represents the true depth of the image and its subject. In traditional printing methods (think paper, canvas, wood), a photo is printed directly onto the chosen surface using ink. The ink becomes stacked above the surface as two distinct entities. With Aluminyze metal prints, the dye that makes up an image becomes embedded within the coating of a metal sheet, creating a luminous effect like none other. Beautiful Alaskan auroras photographed...
“What would you take with you if your house was on fire?”
For many, the answer to this age-old question has been to choose an irreplaceable artifact over all else: family photographs. But with the gradual improvement of a technology introduced in the 19th century, the fragility of paper, wood, and canvas photographs is something we do not need to consider today.