Snethkamp PhotoArt | Large Scale PhotoArt

It's incredibly rewarding to see your images in print. Especially on a huge scale. Have you found yourself drawn to large pieces of art in hotel lobbies, airport terminals, corporate offices or beautiful homes? I certainly have. Here is where you'll find information about my large format photographic artwork for corporate, commercial & residential spaces.

 

Ultra HD Acrylic

Presenting the UltraHD Photo Print Under Acyrlic Glass: perfect definition and detail.

Compared to conventional photos, UltraHD Photo Prints offer significantly better resolution and have visibly sharper definition in the image’s finer details.

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The process starts by using FujiFlex HD papers. Light Jet printers expose the FujiFlex silver halide photographic paper using helium, argon and neon lasers. The exposed paper is then processed with traditional photographic chemistry. With an apparent resolution in excess of 4000 dpi and the widest color gamut of any photographic printer ever made, Lightjet prints are the sharpest, highest fidelity prints obtainable anywhere. The special development process results in an unparalleled level of detail, incredibly vivid color, immense depth and an incredibly realistic image that rival natural sight.

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What really makes this FujiFlex HD photo paper spectacular is pairing it with acrylic photo mounting. This is called a second surface mount on to acrylic, also called face mounting. What that means is that the acrylic mount is applied directly on top of the print. So, you look through the acrylic to see the print. This adds an layer of depth and clarity that is almost three dimensional. And, the acrylic mounting makes the artwork strong and long lasting adding to the 100 year lifespan of the Fuji archival quality paper.

Acrylic mounted prints can be ordered in sizes up to 4 foot x 10 foot and make an impact statement in homes, corporate offices and public spaces.

Other Materials and Sizes

Sizes are virtually limited to your imagination. Let us know what you're thinking and we'll get it figured out.

The materials we use most are:

-Metals

-Large Photographic Paper Prints

-Canvas

-Wallpaper

-Vinyl

-Fabric