Choose exactly what you want. Chances are EarthPhotos.com has it, from wallet size through 36x36 rolled or mounted canvas, in glossy, matte, lustre or new metallic finishes.
Put any photo in your shopping cart to see all the options.
We handle each order individually. Prints are sent to production two days after you place your order. That gives us a day to pull the master digital image and a day to make it the best it can be, and we do that with every order, individually, by hand.
From there, your order will be handled by our host/partner SmugMug. If you're in any way unhappy with your prints or gifts, you'll get a prompt reprint or refund your order, whichever you prefer.
Just email us or email@example.com within 30 days of receiving your order. SmugMug contracts with ezprints, a digital imaging service company in Georgia, USA, for prints. EZ Prints uses Kodak Glossy, Matte, and Lustre papers.
Glossy: Printed on coated paper with a very smooth, shiny reflective surface. Glossy finishes have a high-contrast appearance and look slick to the touch when not under glass. This finish has an excellent dynamic range and color - slightly more "pop" than the matte paper, though less noticeable once framed. Photos will have a shiny finish, colors will be vibrant, and images will be crisp and sharp. Matte: matte finishes have a very smooth, non-glare surface.
Matte: Matte finishes have a lower-contrast when printed and are often used to enhance the texture of a print. Fingerprint and smudge resistant, and works very well with black and white photos. Much less glare than with glossy.
Lustre: Lustre is our premier paper offering, and is considered more of a professional-grade paper. Lustre has a slight gloss with a subtle, often pearl-like texture. Lustre paper has a deeper color-saturation than matte, has a higher contrast and is thicker than consumer paper. KODAK Endura (Lustre) and Edge (Glossy, Matte) papers are designed to last for generations. KODAK's tested light-keeping is equivalent to 100+ years before noticeable fading occurs in a typical home display, and over 200 years in dark storage.
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