8 of the best reasons for printing on metal

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8 of the best reasons for printing on metalWhilst today the choice of materials on which to print your photographs and artwork really comes down to personal preference, there are indeed some unique benefits of metal prints.The process of printing onto metal via a heat press, infuses the inks deep into the aluminium sheet, not … Read more8 of the best reasons for printing on metal

Photographer Sarah Wood on Capturing Moments With Emotion and Intuition

REPOST: The Grace Tales Photographer Sarah Wood spends a lot of her time behind a camera, capturing the special and emotive moments in people’s lives… From photographing weddings to sporting events and everything in between, Sarah began her career as a nurse which gave her a unique perspective on the human experience that she is able to … Read morePhotographer Sarah Wood on Capturing Moments With Emotion and Intuition

8 of the Best Reasons for Printing onto Metal

The choice of materials on which to print your photographs and artwork today is simply amazing and in the end really comes down to personal preference. If you’re thinking of doing something slightly different that will look even more stunning than traditional printed media then you really can’t go past printing onto metal. Why I hear … Read more8 of the Best Reasons for Printing onto Metal

Australia’s largest and most prestigious awards for professional print photography

People viewing Print2metal prints at the Chromaluxe stand

The annual APPA event was held by the AIPP on the 25, 26 and 27 of August 2017. Print 2 Metal were there to display some products and be part of the event along with Chromaluxe, the suppliers of their metal.

The Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) is the country’s only photographic membership body. This event has been running annually for the past 40 years and is one of the largest in the world. It is the only professional photography awards in Australia that require physical prints to be submitted for judging.

Live judging takes place in front of the public and images are critiqued on the spot. A panel of experts anonymously assesses all category winners’ work side-by-side to determine the overall winner. Innovation, content, creativity, technical excellence and impact are the key criteria when the images are reassessed.

In 2017, more than 500 entrants submitted a collective of almost 2,000 images to be judged for APPA. An industry leading high-level of work is always part of the event, where photographic heavyweights weigh-in on the finalists images to determine who will take the crown for each category.

Judges viewing prints at Appa awards

Head On Photo Festival 5-28 May

 Australia’s most prestigious photography event, the Head On Photo Festival is now on across Sydney, with artists from across the globe, displaying images across all genres. The Festival has put together a fabulous program packed full of exciting exhibitions, workshops and talks presented by a mix of Australian and international talent. As the major printing partner … Read moreHead On Photo Festival 5-28 May