Crafting a fine art photograph is a process requiring imagination, artistic vision, technical mastery, and good old fashion hard work. There are no short cuts and like many things in life, you will fail far more than you succeed. However, for those fleeting times when your inspiration meets execution, there is nothing more rewarding.
Join me, Andrew Collett, in this continuing blog series where I will share the behind the scenes creation of a few of my favourite landscape photographs and touch on why I feel they have become classic best sellers and why they connect so deeply with me and to others. As well, we will take a look at important processing considerations prior to printing and what possible media choices would be best.
One of the most common questions we get at Print Partner is how should I prepare my photos for printing? There are many things to take into consideration and much can be written about each, however, for this blog post I wanted to start with an introduction of the key steps and then in future posts we will take a deep dive into each one separately.
If you have been actively printing your photographs for the last few years you may have heard about printing photos on metal. This process has taken the photographic world by storm and has quickly become one of our bestselling products. In this blog post I will answer some of the most common questions we are asked about metal photo prints so that you can decide if they might be the right choice for your next order.
Finding the right paper that best suites your photography can be a journey of trial and error. What's more, not all images are suited for one type of paper. Read below to learn more about the papers we offer, their unique characteristics, and which one(s) might be the right for your artwork.