Aluminum print company advice

This is a discussion on Aluminum print company advice within the Post-Processing forums, part of the Photography Tips category; Has anyone here had a great experience with metal printing companies that had no defects on your order eg. chips, bubbles, black hair coming out ...


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    Aluminum print company advice

    Has anyone here had a great experience with metal printing companies that had no defects on your order eg. chips, bubbles, black hair coming out green etc.?


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    I use Miller Photo Lab and I haven't had any problems

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    I've found Miller's black colors come out with this weird green tint, and they're too restrictive with their sizes (they had 4 sizes available the last time I used them, seriously?). I would sooner recommend Aluminyze over them, you can check out their site. Every print I've gotten from them has been perfect with no defects, and you don't need to calibrate software like many others. Hope that helps OP.

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    thanks for the info!


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