Product Review | Bay Photo Curved MetalPrints

Bay Photo Curved MetalPrints

Why Bay Photo Curved MetalPrints?

If your reaction is anything like mine, it’s going to be one of shock and awe. I am not kidding you. When this product hit my desk, I dropped a few choice four-letter words. In a good way. It’s different. It’s impressive. It’s something I know my clients will want. That’s what it is all about, isn’t it?

We have to continue to innovate our product offerings. We have to continue to give our clients a reason to want more than just the digital files. We need the help of labs to produce these unique products, and Bay Photo is once again innovating to help us secure bigger sales and offer more than just digital files.

The details:

  • Unique way to display prints on a tabletop, desk or bookshelf
  • 12 sizes, from 4×6 to 12×18, including panos
  • Same five surfaces available: High Gloss, Satin, Mid-Gloss, Sheer Gloss and Sheer Matte
  • Corner treatments available: sharp square, rounded, scalloped
  • Convex or concave curve type

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To read the full article, launch the digital version of the September 2017 magazine.

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