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Canvas, acrylic or aluminium prints


seahawk e2
7 616 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2013 7:08PM
Apologies if this has been covered before but I'd appreciate some advice on this.

I've made a panorama of the view from the window of a friend's new conservatory and he would like it printed and hung in the conservatory. As this location is going to get very warm (sunny most of the day) I am unsure if a canvas print would stand this without fading/warping.

1. Am I worrying unnecessarily? Would an acrylic or aluminium print be better?

2. Following that, I'd appreciate recommendations for a good lab that can print up to 180 X 20cm, as there are no labs in my district (Dumfries, SW Scotland) AFAIK.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Martin

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widtink 2 406 2 Scotland
27 Mar 2013 7:19PM
I have a few photos in my conservatory and they seem to fare ok . I have never used them yet but Loxley colour get a great name (Glasgow)

Rod
arhb e2
7 2.5k 68 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2013 8:21PM
Loxley and DSCL both have good reputations - it would be worth contacting them both to get their opinion on the matter.
seahawk e2
7 616 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2013 10:10AM
I'll check them out, thanks guys.
Railcam 8 482 Scotland
29 Mar 2013 9:42AM
I was at the Photovision Roadshow in Edinburgh on Tuesday and the Loxley stand had some stunning aluminium prints, especially the glossy finish ones. Very pricey though.

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