The First-Time Reaction to Metal Print Photography is “Wow”

The best way to appreciate a photograph printed on metal is to see one on display. The life-like quality is so real you can actually feel yourself drawn into its depths.

But we don’t need to say “wow” about our state-of-the-art prints. Some rather impressive folks in the photography world have done that for us.

One raving fan of the Image Wizards proprietary print-on-metal process is wildlife research photographer, Moose Peterson. He’s always amazed at the visual depth of his metal prints. “It is a one-dimensional surface but the visual depth from the process makes the photograph come alive…. absolutely breathtaking.”

Scott Kelby, founder of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, said that the first time he saw an Image Wizards metal print, “I’d never seen anything like it…the depth and detail is like what you see on HDTV. This is just one of those ‘you have to see it with your own eyes’ type of thing.”

Rafael (RC) Concepcion said, “I’ve seen great quality prints made of things with high definition in general. But I wondered what this print would look like on metal…this print had so much detail, so much brightness, I swear it looks like it’s backlit. Just an intense shot…”

Sheridan Vincent is experienced in the manufacturing process of photographic materials. He worked for Eastman Kodak for 30 years in product development of photographic output products and considers the Image Wizards proprietary process for printing on metal “exceptional,” and “state-of-the-art.”

What happens when people see an exceptional metal print photograph?

“The purpose of art is to blow our minds away,” said classic car photographer Mio Dzakula, “… to gaze in awe because I think that awe is the best thing that can happen to our soul.”