Bay Photo Lab Metal Prints Review

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If you’re like most photographers, you want to see your best images in print and on display. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you one of the latest techniques in the world of quality printing, and it’s available through the internet. This intriguing new print option is the metal print. Ian recommends the lab he uses for his own work, Bay Photo, a leader in the metal print technology.

A metal print is made from dyes inserted into a coated aluminum sheet. The color quality is superb with an enhanced luminesce. Metal prints do not fade, need no frames and no glass, and are safe to dust or clean. You can choose metal prints in glossy, satin or matte finish. and with round or sharp corners. And it’s all pretty easy. You send your files at maximum pixel resolution to Bay Photo where a technician will make color corrections and resize the photo. Ordering is easy. Go to bayphoto.com and follow the step by step instructions.

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2 Responses to “Bay Photo Lab Metal Prints Review”
  1. Scott

    I have been using Bay Photo to make my prints on high gloss aircraft grade aluminum for years. I highly recommend them for their service and quality of prints-outstanding. They will drop ship and I have never suffered any damaged prints.

    They make outstanding prints on canvas as well- I have won several awards in photo contests using them.

    sek

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  2. Scott

    I have been using Bay Photo to make my prints on high gloss aircraft grade aluminum for years. I highly recommend them for their service and quality of prints-outstanding. They will drop ship and I have never suffered any damaged prints.

    They make outstanding prints on canvas as well- I have won several awards in photo contests using them.

    I would add one thing to what Ian said. Bay Photo/ Bay Roes can accept jpeg and TIFF. I send large TIFF files, and specify the print resolution to 600 dpi rather than 300 dpi. My settings may not improve things over jpeg, but I have the pixels so why not use them, and there is no problem during the upload process.

    sek

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