PhotoSalon is a showcase for great images. We are bringing that passion into everyone’s homes by developing a site where you can view and purchase the great images of our time taken by the great photographers of our time...
West Nyack, NY (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
Anyone looking to decorate their home or office now has access to extraordinary photos – including iconic images from Ansel Adams (National Archive), glamorous portraits of Marilyn Monroe (Getty Images) and other prints – direct from the world’s most extensive archives – via PhotoSalon, now offering high--quality professional framing, mounting and printing on a wide variety of materials at 30%--50% off retail prices.
These are not posters; rather they are high-definition, archival quality, giclée prints as stunning as the best fine art reproductions hanging in living rooms, family rooms and bedrooms in the finest homes. Purchasers have the option of getting their photographs mounted on several types of paper, canvas, wall murals, removable and reposition-able fabric wallpaper and soon acrylic, etched metal and other innovative materials. All images can be viewed matted and framed before purchase, and will arrive ready for display in three short days (delivery times may vary). The average price of a print, matted and framed, is $124.99. http://www.photosalon.com/store/index.php/printing
Users will enjoy the easy navigation through more than 200,000 photographs from Getty Images, Associated Press, National Archive, NASA, among other providers. Plans call for more than 3 million photographs to be available by Summer 2013. Whether you are looking for photos of funny animals for your child’s room, a scenic fishing village for the living room, or that perfect photo for your office, PhotoSalon meets any decorating style.The site is expertly designed to be simple to use. Utilizing a dark background, images pop with vivid colors on the site to provide the user a high-fidelity version of their purchase. Images are organized across nearly 1,000 categories and sub-categories - from animals to world culture. New categories are being added every day and users will also be able to view galleries of photos which have been edited for specific room use, such as kitchens, bedrooms, wine cellars and “man caves.” http://www.photosalon.com/store/index.php/all-categories
Andy Blau, a 26-year executive at Time Inc. and president of Life Magazine for 12 years, is founder and president of PhotoSalon.com (http://www.linkedin.com/in/andyblau). On the occasion of the site going live today, he said, “PhotoSalon, similar to the LIFE brand, is a showcase for great images. We are bringing that passion into everyone’s homes by developing a site where you can view and purchase the great images of our time taken by the great photographers of our time - all at an affordable price.”
Blau added that special galleries will be created, beginning next month, spotlighting new
photographers and their imagery, printed on every imaginable substrate to suit all types of
PhotoSalon’s dedicated customer service department offers complete customer
satisfaction, and customer service can be reached by both toll-free telephone and online.
Though the image inventory is from the world over, all of PhotoSalon’s frames are
manufactured in the U.S.A and all printing, framing and mounting is done in the U.S.A.
PhotoSalon is the web’s largest fine photography store with as many as 3 million images.
Images can be printed on numerous substrates including paper, canvas, fabric wallpaper
and, soon, acrylic and wood. PhotoSalon also offers framing at 30-50% off retail prices.
The site is Flash-free and optimized for all mobile devices.