Pictures with a Prominent, Natural Look: The Original Photo Print on Wood

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WhiteWall’s 3-dimensional photo product offered in two different finishes.

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The plywood option is perfect for landscape photography, while the dark MDF panel creates the impression of an understated frame, making it a fantastic accent for black-and-white photography

Online photo lab WhiteWall has introduced a new product aimed at photography lovers who want to display their work in a more natural context. WhiteWall, which is the sole supplier to the renowned LUMAS galleries, now offers its signature gallery-quality real photo prints mounted on wood.

At WhiteWall.com, customers can choose from - natural plywood or anthracite-gray MDF backing, both of which are about ¾” thick. The plywood option is perfect for landscape photography, while the dark MDF panel creates the impression of an understated frame, making it a fantastic accent for black-and-white photography. Both variations are available with a matte or glossy finish. Customers can choose from a range of formats, up to a maximum size of 36”x24”.

The prints are developed using a traditional photochemical process on high quality Fuji Crystal DP II photo paper. A UV film is then added to provide additional protection from fading due to light exposure, smudges, or small splashes of water. The product is completed with an integrated hanging system.

For more details, visit WhiteWall.com.

About WhiteWall
WhiteWall is a brand owned by Berlin-based Avenso GmbH, which has operated the photo lab as well as the WhiteWall.com online service since 2007. Photography hobbyists and professionals around the world rely on WhiteWall’s exceptional quality. With its LUMAS brand and over 30 galleries around the world (1 in the US), Avenso GmbH has been democratizing the art market for ten years through its hand-signed art editions by renowned international artists. All of Avenso GmbH’s photographic works and products are exclusively produced in, and shipped from, the WhiteWall photo lab in Frechen, Germany, just outside of Cologne.

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