Fine Art Print Display Options
The "Print Only" option refers to a traditional, un-matted, un-framed print on a high-quality, archival photo paper. This option is best for those who would like to use their own frame or matte and/or mount the print themselves.
Pros: Simple, economical, classic photographic print
Cons: Unfinished - needs a frame and/or matting before it can be displayed
The "Canvas" option refers to an image printed directly onto a canvas, then stretched and wrapped onto a 1.5" wooden frame. Gives a beautiful textured, homey feeling. Ready to Hang.
Pros: Finished product (ready to hang), beautiful textured feel, no glass glare
The "Metal" option refers to an image printed directly to a thin, semi-glossy sheet of aluminum. Mounted with a float hanger, leaving the print to stand out from the wall ever so slightly. The best option for showing off the stunning color and clarity of an image. Ready to Hang.
Pros: Finished product (read to hang), stunning color and clarity, no glass glare, scratch resistant, easily cleaned
Cons: Expensive, heavier, must avoid sunlight
Exhibit Mount Metal
The "Exhibit Mount Metal" options refers to a metal print, like the one described but adds a black inset frame making the image stand out from the wall, and a black edge, for a more finished look. Sam's favorite option for most images, combining the gorgeous color and clarity of the standard metal with added durability and an even better display. Ready to Hang.
Pros: Finished product (read to hang), highly durable, stunning color and clarity, no glass glare, scratch resistant, easily cleaned
Cons: Most Expensive, heavier, must avoid sunlight