Focus on the Gallery Frame
The 21/03/2019 at 16:42
To succeed THE photo is certainly the goal of any photographer, amateur or expert.
Then, you should be able to magnify it, but also protect it with an appropriate finish that will enhance your photography year after year.
The opportunity to talk about the favorite finish of the professional photographers: The Gallery Frame
Even though the Gallery Frame was reserved for photography exhibitions and art galleries for a long time, it is now available for any photography’s passionate.
This finish enhances the depth of the shot and is ideal for many subjects such as portrait, nature photography or even landscapes.
The Galerie Frame is also perfect for a black and white print for a play of shadow and light worthy of an art photo print.
The Gallery Frame elegance will allow you to highlight a large format print and even to create your own exhibition by multiplying the prints and the formats.
Timeless, the Zeinberg’s Gallery Frame consists of a high quality photo print on an argentic paper, sublimated with a beveled pass, made of museum cardboard.
This enhances the window effect created. The museum’s cardboard is actually a high quality cardboard paper made of very thin layers of paper superimposed for more rigidity.
It is made with light-stable and water-resistant pigments to ensure the preservation of the shot and thus to avoid any deterioration.
Ideal for a depth effect, the pattern mat protects the shot while highlighting its subject. The photograph is then placed under acrylic glass for a perfect rendering magnified by a white wood frame, mahogany wood or black aluminium according to the desired final rendering.
Accompanying a large number of famous galleries and photographers like Yann Arthus Bertrand; our laboratory now makes gallery framed photo printing accessible to all. Boasting technical expertise recognized for more than ten years by the greatest photographers, the Zeinberg photo laboratory offers everyone online photo prints available in a Gallery Frame finish.
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