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jonathan25
6th January 2015, 08:58
Has anyone had a great experience with a metal printing company that didn't have any green hair or other defects like chips or bubbles?

Don Libby
6th January 2015, 10:51
I've been having great luck with Bay Photo...

Jeannine
17th January 2015, 18:22
I am very happy with Bay Photo...I printed so much there last year I received cookies as a year end appreciation gift! Service is great and shipping department is fantastic.

viablex1
27th January 2015, 11:31
I like laslight have had stuff done one several years ago looks like the day they did it, the hanging hardware is great!!

Don Libby
27th January 2015, 12:30
I just had 3-40x30 prints delivered from Bay Photo. Each image is stunning in detail and color which is exactly what the print file looks like. Just reporting my experience with them.

Don

Harry
30th January 2015, 12:57
Bay Photo
I think they can print on aluminum up to 4 ft x 8 ft now

Top notch company

iiiNelson
25th March 2015, 13:15
I've had great results as well with Bay Photo. I printed out some of my Safari shots for a friend of the family's son on semi gloss and more recently have printed on aluminum for some b&w shots. I believe they have 2 or 3 options for metallic prints now.

viablex1
17th July 2015, 12:56
Just curious with regard to bay photo anybody sending in film to scan and then print?

also what about proofing? has anybody done that through them.

I am still getting a handle on getting the correct luminance, I tried WHCC and my prints were way way too dark.

Matto

iiiNelson
26th July 2015, 08:16
Just curious with regard to bay photo anybody sending in film to scan and then print?

also what about proofing? has anybody done that through them.

I am still getting a handle on getting the correct luminance, I tried WHCC and my prints were way way too dark.

Matto

I've only printed from my own print ready color calibrated high resolution jpeg output files through Bay Photo. From what I can tell with the screen image/print next to each other they are about as close as I could reasonably hope for. I believe that they can do adjustments themselves but that's an extra charge.