Professional photo printing UK
Use our online digital printing to prolong your summer holiday
It has never been easier to process images. Gone are the days where rolls of film lay languishing in the drawer waiting to be processed or even left in the camera waiting for the next special occasion to provide the opportunity to finish the film!
With the advent of digital imaging came the means to not only view images instantaneously but to develop images faster and easier.
As one of the leading online photo printing companies we offer high quality digital online photo printing services to photographers both professional and amateur.
Available in a wide range of formats for a wide range of purposes there is no excuse not to gain maximum benefit and enjoyment from your digital images.
Over the summer months many of us will take our annual holiday, visiting some amazing places and seeing some breath-taking sights. Why not take the opportunity to capture some stunning images and make sure you turn those special memories into pieces of artwork. You will then be able to see them during those dark cold winter months and remind yourself of the fabulous places you have visited!
We have seen some fantastic interpretations arrive at the lab from both professional and amateurs alike.
Our dedicated team works closely with photographers to achieve the results they require. Our personal service allows photographers to liaise with the technician involved in the printing of their images.
With a wealth of different ways to perfectly display your images, here at BPD Photech we can help you to decide which one to select.
Choose from a number of different mediums including;
- Acrylic prints – a contemporary frameless way to display your images.
- Fine Art prints – stunning fine art prints to treasure
- Canvas – create a one-off piece of artwork with our canvas printing service.
- Block mounted prints – modern, stylish and stunning in most environments
- Box frames – for a minimalist look
Many thousands of prints produced by us are already hanging on the walls of homes, galleries, public buildings, and places of work around the UK and in many other countries worldwide.
Why not come and visit us to see full size samples, or order a sample pack online
Now available from BPD Photech your image is printed on Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper and then heat sealed with a satin protective laminate prior to being mounted onto a 5mm solid PVC board in black.
(A white mount board is also available – orders will be produced in black unless otherwise stated )
A subframe and hanging device is then added to the back of the mounted print. This provides the appearance of the mount floating 1 inch from the wall when hung.
An overall stunning way of displaying your prints.
From our beginnings as Cibachrome printing specialists, we have witnessed huge changes in photography, from hand printing in darkrooms, right through to optimising digital print orders on our state of the art digital photographic printers.
The important thing is we still know what a good print looks like and retain a passion for producing the best quality prints we can.
A big thank you to all of our customers past and present and we look forward to the next chapter.
The photographs give a glimpse into off- limits, unseen and soon to be forgotten places in England. Well worth a look.
The exhibition runs from Thursday 14 November ( preview night ) to 14 December at;
Tue-Fri 10am-5pm Sat 10.30am-3.30pm
The Exhibition will be held at Wensleydale Galleries for a month, starting tomorrow! (18th October 2013). Check out the exhibition flyer along with more information about all of his images here.
Garry was born in Stockton-on-Tees in 1966. From a very young age he travelled with his family to wherever his father was working around the world, loving the adventure, experience and opportunity to use his ‘point and shoot’ camera.
Choosing service in the Armed Forces over a place at University he joined the Royal Air Force in 1985 in Air Traffic Control. A passion for aviation, photography and travel, resulted in the purchase of his first serious camera when Canon launched the EOS range of 35mm SLR’s. After seven years service and travel to North America, Asia and Continental Europe, Garry embarked on a career in Finance which saw him move to his current home in Cheshire in 1996, where he still lives with his wife Jan.
He was a relatively early adopter of digital photography, moving over from film in 2004. Today, he owns the flagship Canon 1DX and 5D MK111, together with a variety of lenses that range from 15mm fisheye to an 800mm.
Garry was awarded an Associateship Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society in 2010 and is a regular contributor to international photographic journals/publications, both printed and online media. He also holds a Masters degree (with distinction) in Business Administration.
For more information about Garry or his work please visit www.garryridsdale.com
Scottish Nature Photography Awards Touring ExhibitionBPD Photech have recently sponsored and produced the exhibition panels for the Scottish Nature Photography Awards. The exhibition is now touring Scotland. Details are listed below.
The end of Cibachrome
Quite a momentous week in the photo industry. Last week Ilford announced the end of Ilfochrome Classic (Cibachrome). It looks like we moved away from that process at the right time.
Today we hear Kodak have filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. It just illustrates how the industry has changed in the last 15 years!
Tags: Cibachrome, Kodak, Photech, Photo Prints
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”We always make our own Christmas cards and I love taking photos that make people smile, so this image fitted the bill for our card this year. Following heavy snowfalls last winter I was out and about during all daylight hours taking photos in the Lake District. I spent one day taking landscapes around the lake at Grasmere and noticed an unusual number of robins, and decided to return the next day to concentrate instead on photographing them. Filling my pockets with bird seed, I was able to keep the robins interested and got a great collection of those classic robin-on-snowy-twig images. However, this was my favourite.