There is nothing better than seeing your images in print. While looking at your work on a computer or sharing it on social media is nice, having a physical copy will give a feeling unlike any other. However, printing your work creates its own problems. Printed images are prone to fingerprints, bumps, bangs, and scratches. This is something the guys and gals over at ChromaLuxe know, and it’s why they have just announced their new line of ChromaLuxe Textured Photo Panels. Join us after the break for more details.
The ChromaLuxe Textured Photo Panels build on the success of their other products. Like other ChromaLuxe items before them, they are available from labs across the USA, Europe, Australia, and Asia. No matter where you are in the world, you should be able to find the panels in quality labs.
What makes the ChromaLuxe panels unique is the textured feeling it will give your prints. The reason for the texture is extra durability. No matter how many times you tell people not to touch, you know full well their sticky fingers and claw-like nails will find your work. ChromaLuxe has made sure these panels are fingerprint and scratch-resistant, so that they can look their best in high traffic areas for long periods.
The ChromaLuxe Textured Photo Panels are also glare resistant and easy to clean. The panels come in two different mediums: tempered hardboard (THB), and medium-density fiberboard (MDF). They also come in a variety of sizes. The THB panels are available in 5″ x 5″, 5″ x 7″, 6″ x 6″, and 8″ x 10″. The MDF panels are available in the same sizes as the THB panels, as well as 8″ x 8″, 11″ x 14″, 12″ x 18″, 16″ x 20″, 20″ x 30″, and 30″ x 40″ sizes.
The panels can easily be hung in both portrait and landscape orientations with a single nail, so displaying your work will be a simple process. ChromaLuxe claim the panels are perfect for commercial spaces, fine art, illustrations, landscape photography, premium signage, and even reproduction paintings. The ChromaLuxe Textured Photo Panels are available now from photo labs around the globe. If you’d like more information about them, head to the official ChromaLuxe website.