During the last few years I’ve had some lovely people request prints of the local shots taken around the eastern beaches…
If there are any prints on the site that you’d like to have a print of please let me know.
A variety of sizes, frames and paper types are available upon request.
|Size cm||Price ($AU)|
|30cm x 20cm||$50|
|60cm x 40cm||$120|
|92cm x 60cm||$260|
|custom size for panoramic images||on request|
All images are printed on top quality Kodak Endura Metallic Photo Paper or the Fuji Metallic.
What are Metallic Prints?
This process is among the latest and best that photographic development has to offer. The end result is a remarkable picture possessing a rich sheen and deep clarity, a vivid quality unmatched by other means and sure to amaze you. It is perfect for a wide array of content, whether it be portraits, special events, close-ups, sports and action, animals, or photo art.
When you want your subject matter to truly stand out, metallic prints will give you a photo unlike any other.
Traditional Photo Papers vs Metallic?
What’s the difference between a metallic print and one with a matte, luster, or glossy finish? The matte photo is duller and is used to reduce glare if a photo is meant to be framed. This is also generally the option for smaller photos that are expected to be handled a lot, because fingerprints are less likely to show. A glossy photo is just that, one with a high gloss look. It also reveals detail better than a matte or a luster photo which has a more subtle shine to it than the high gloss print. A luster finish is usually used on portraits.
Metallic photos, however, are developed on laminated paper that produces a kind of iridescent sheen or metallic quality. A much sharper image is created, one with more life-like depth and magnificent detail. Plus the toughness of the laminated layers results in a print that is less likely to tear.