Sometimes the universe drops the best things right on your lap. ¬†No research on my part required. ¬†That’s how I learned about this company in the Pacific Northwest that will take your digital photography files and return a beautiful piece of fine art for you or your customer.
The photos I produce using my Perfect HDR Workflow look best when printed on metal paper or as a metal print on aluminum. ¬†For the past few years I have recommended metal to my customers who want the ultimate quality when they order a print from me. ¬†Well, it’s always great to find something better. Now that I’ve seen a sample of what Bumblejax can do, I’ll be¬†recommending¬†it to my fine art customers who demand the best. ¬†Watch the video to see a¬†comparison¬†of¬†metal¬†prints vs a Bumblejax print.
Coming off my recent road trip I have a few shots of old barns and silos. ¬†Living in San Francisco, I don’t see silos and old barns that much. ¬†My last post featured one of each a silo and rickety falling down barn in Colorado.. ¬†Today’s photo is only of a silo on¬†Antelope Island¬†State Park on Great Salt Lake in Utah. ¬†This is on the old ranch from the late 1800′s which is maintained for its historic¬†value. ¬†That little shed on the left doesn’t really qualify as a barn.