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Stainless Steel Standoffs are the metal prints that come with stainless steel posts which are placed at each corner of the metal print. The stainless steel posts are available in two sizes: ⅝" or 1" in diameter. All Metal Print Standoff orders are shipped with the following hardware:
4 posts per Metal Print
A paper hanging template per Metal Print
Drywall anchors and screws
Metal Print Standoffs are available for these following sizes: 8x8, 8x10, 11x14, 8x12, 12x12, 12x18, 12x24, 16x20, 16x24, 20x24, 20x30, 24x24, 24x30, and 24x36.
Metal Easels are small aluminum easels that are intended for small prints to be set on a desk, table or shelf. The Metal Easel is available for these following sizes: 4x4, 4x6, 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, 12x12, and 8x12. This hardware is shipped along with your metal print, unattached.
You will remove the protective layer on the adhesive. Then, you will bend the bottom portion of the easel out to create the 'stand'. Lastly, you simply press the easel onto the backside of your Metal Print as shown.
Black Shadow Mounts are a square mounting option intended for the small to medium sized metal prints. The mount is made from wood and is black in color. The Black Shadow Mount is available for these following sizes: 5x7, 8x8, 8x10, 12x12, and 8x12. This hardware is shipped along with your metal print, unattached. The black shadow mount also allows space
between the wall and the print and results in a “floating” effect.
How to Use: You will first remove the protective layer from the adhesive on the mount. Then, you will want to adhere the mount to the back of your metal print and press firmly down as shown in the image below. Then, simply place a nail into your wall and slide the print over to lock it in place. (Nails are not included)
Float Mount Hangers are aluminum rectangles intended for the larger sized metal prints. The Float Mount Hanger is available for these following sizes: 12x18, 12x24, 16x20, 20x24, 20x30, 24x24, 24x30, and 24x36. This hanger is adhered to the backside of your metal print in house. The float mount hanger also allows space between the wall and the print and results in a “floating” effect. To hang your metal print up with the float mount hanger, all you need to do is add a nail to the wall! (Nails are not included)
Q: Are custom sizes available for Metal Prints?
A: No. Metal Prints are pre-cut in set sizes. Due to the durable aluminum material, we are unable to trim or cut them to allow custom size prints.
Q: Can Metal Prints be cleaned?
A: Yes. Metal Prints can be cleaned with a dust cloth or with glass cleaner and a clean rag.
Q: Can Metal Prints be kept outside?
A: Yes, however exposure to the elements and weather conditions will shorten the life span of the metal print.
Q: Can I print a black & white image on a Metal Print?
A: Yes, but please be aware that due to the possible variations that can occur with the dye-sublimation process, the print may arrive with a slight tint in color.
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“A picture is a poem
Hi, and thank you for taking the time to look at my photography.
As a photographer based in New England, I am fortunate to have access
to amazing photogenic landscapes and nature shots, allowing me to
combine my style of classic, contemporary and conceptual genres.
"A thing that you see in my pictures is that
I was not afraid to fall in love"
I have been a photographer for over 20 years and have used all forms of photo print media. I believe all photographers are messengers of moments that communicate through the language of light.
Since I have been working with High Definition Metal Print Photos,
I discovered nothing illuminates and communicates a subject better than Metal Prints.
“You don’t take a
photograph you make it”
– Ansel Adams
Through the creative process, I strive to not get stuck in a rumination loop over the subject. I try to keep my methods and processes heuristic, leaving room for the eye of the beholder. When it becomes elusive and incomprehensible, I know I’m getting the shot and avoiding the mundane for the observer.
“If you see something that moves you,
and then snap it, you keep a moment.”
– Linda McCartney
The photographic process requires that I find the best way to illuminate the subject with light and compliments within the frame. If the moment is right, the patterns, textures, colors, shapes, and luminosity take on a life of their own for the observer to be inspired by the beauty of the natural world.
“A true work of art is but a
shadow of divine perfection”