The Elevation Collection showcases our most premium framing option with a stunning and unique presentation. Images are printed on fine art paper with hand-torn deckled edges and then matted and framed in a luxe metal frame. Prints are mounted with a ¼” space between the frame and the print so the print appears to be floating within the frame. Select from multiple sizes and metal options to create the perfect custom framed print to keep or to gift.
Printed on archival 340 gsm fine art paper, this 100% cotton rag paper is textured to bring depth to your photos. Prints are hand torn and mounted to give a deckled floating effect for a truly multi dimensional experience. Choose from six anodized aluminum frames in classy metal tones that will never fade, chip, or peel. Arrives ready to hang with a sawtooth hanger*.
*Installed according to the orientation of the photo you printed.
What sizes are the printed images for each Elevation Float Frame? How wide is the matting? How large are the frames?
10x10" Float Frame
10x12" Float Frame
10x14" Float Frame
13x16 Float Frame
14.5x20.5" Float Frame
18x26" Float Frame
How thick are these frames?
We admire your attention to detail. Our metal frames are 1.5" wide and 1.25" thick
I love these float frames but I'm not wild about the torn edges, can I get this product with straight edges for the image?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer these float frames without the deckled edges at this time. That said, we hear you, and we hope to make this option available soon!
How will I know my photo will print well?
Our uploader will block photos that are too small for a particular print size, but it is unable to tell if a photo is blurry, pixelated, or taken in low light. These are all factors that can cause a correctly sized photo to not print as well. A good way to tell if your photo will print well on a larger scale is to check the resolution. We print at 300 dpi and photos at or near this resolution will print best.
If you are still nervous, you can perform what we call the "zoom test" on your image prior to upload. Open up your photo on your computer's photo viewer, and zoom in a little bit. If you are seeing pixelation when you zoom, this will also show up in print.
As a general rule, we recommend printing photos that are taken in natural light. Indoor photos at low light can look fuzzy. Check out our photo editing guide that will help you choose and edit your photos for the best possible prints. Still feeling hesitant to print? Email our team of customer service empaths at email@example.com for guidance.
A Note on Cropping
Our Elevation Float Frames are always printed full bleed. Due to the nature of full bleed printing and deckling (hand torn effect on the borders of the print), we recommend keeping all important subjects at least 0.25” from the edge of your print shown on the cropping menu or print preview. We recommend keeping all vital limbs, heads, and text away from these crop lines.