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Printing on Premium Canvas

Posted by Joe Lategan on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, In : Framing options 

Canvas – Premium

Whether the application is photographic portraiture or fine art reproduction, Water-resistant Matte Canvas for Epson will satisfy even the most demanding professional by providing both the finest image quality as well as a vehicle for enhanced artistic creativity.

Made from a durable blend of 65% Polyester and 35% Cotton, this unique, heavyweight, quality canvas utilises a tight weave that is ideal for photographic and fine art reproductions.

  • Standard sizes: A4 â...

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Print on Perspex - Acrylic glass

Posted by Joe Lategan on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, In : Framing options 

Acrylic Glass – Perspex.

Reverse printing onto Perspex gives images a high gloss finish and an almost 3 dimensional look. Four layers of ink are printed on the reverse of 2mm thick Perspex and when the white ink option is turned off with Perspex printing, it allows the white areas in the design/image to be transparent. It is a more affordable way to display images than the diasec method.

Hanging mechanisms are attached to our Perspex prints for easy hanging.

  • Standard sizes: A4 –...

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Posted by Hardus Lategan on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, In : Framing options 

Probably the most impressive way and most popular to  display colourful images is as diasec in my Kleinmond photographic gallery.  There various options to frame a diasec. All my images are available in diasec.

DIASEC® is a patented frameless archival photographic mounting procedure that originated in Europe four decades ago. The Dutch company that owns the patent has only awarded 9 licences to perform the procedure in the last two decades, with the most recent being awarded to our framers he...

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Printing on metal

Posted by Joe Lategan on Thursday, February 6, 2014, In : Framing options 

Print on Metal -aluminium

This print of a wild fig tree species on the oldest and first main route out of Cape Town by early settlers in the Caledon area onto aluminium is a relatively new way of displaying fine art and other images. It works particularly well when the images are carefully selected to compliment the photo. It particularly enhances the artistic feel of images captured specifically with this method in mind as an end product.

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About Me

Joe Lategan I am a extreme lover of the "creation", and hater of destruction thereof. Photography allows me to share in a deeper dimension than words with fellow men/women, my feelings in this regard. I am a inspirational speaker on the sustainability of the environment and and creation. On the other hand I present, consult and drive Cost leadership programs (including Disaster/ emergency preparedness and systems analysis,risk and ethics) for corporations