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What are the differences in materials? Metal, Canvas, Metallic, etc
Paper: The most affordable option. Photos are printed on traditional papers (Lustre, Metallic, and Glossy) and need to be framed before hanging.
-Lustre: A semi-matte appearance printed on Kodak Supra Endura Paper. Preserves vibrancy with minimal glare.
-Metallic: A rich, semi-vibrant, metallic look. Best for spaces where glare isn't an issue.
-Glossy: A traditional high-gloss appearance that is super vibrant. Also best for spaces where glare isn't an issue.
Metal: a unique option, the photo is printed directly onto a piece of aluminium creating a vibrant, detailed and distinct look. These prints are ready to hang and do not need to be framed. Metal is glossy and prone to glare.
Canvas: Ready to hang canvas prints, good for a variety of spaces.
-Traditional: Image is wrapped all the way around a wooden frame so some of the image is printed on the sides of the piece.
-Stretched: Canvas is stretched across the frame so that the entire image is visible on the front of the piece.