Print your photos on metal to transform them into a beautiful and modern piece of art! With just a few clicks we’ll turn your digital, mobile, and social media photos into ready-to-hang metal prints with a high-gloss finish. Choose from 35 sizes, from 4x4 to panoramic.
Wondering how big you can print something?
Read our How–To!
They're waterproof, scratch-proof,
Bamboo Wood Blocks ‐ Not a ton of wall space left? You can prop these beauties on a surface with our Bamboo Wood Blocks. The small size perfectly fits up to a 5x5" Metal Print or you can use the large size for prints up to 8x10".
Modern Framed Prints ‐ Sleek frames and Metal Prints make a great duo for a minimal and modern look.
Wood Prints ‐ We love to mix and match different printed materials in a gallery wall.
Metal Prints make for a clean gallery wall in your home, or in your office as seen here by @amaorandbaking.
The larger print sizes make great statement pieces for that one perfect photo, like this one by @wrightkitchen.
Holiday deadlines 2020
🇺🇸 US Orders for delivery on or before December 24th
🇨🇦 Canadian Orders for delivery on or before December 24th
🌍 International Orders for delivery on or before December 24th
Please note that expedited shipping must be selected at checkout.
We cannot ship via UPS or Fedex to PO Boxes. If you would like to order with expedited shipping please provide a physical address so we can get you your gifts on time.
How in the name of science are these made?!
Aren’t they cool? Metal prints are one of the most popular ways professional photographers print. They’re made using a special dye infusion process that prints directly onto specially coated aluminum sheets. This results in a high gloss, luminescent finish.
Each print arrives with a floating hanger that can be easily hung on a nail or hook. Choose from 35 sizes in square, rectangular, round, and panoramic.
Can I print my Instagram photos on metal?
Yep, metal-up those IG photos! Newer Instagram photos are 1080x1080 pixels, so are technically large enough for printing as large as 10x10”. Older Instagram photos can be much smaller, so may not be large enough for this product.
For the highest quality print, we do recommend using your original files for this particular product as Instagram does compress images. We have more information on how large we recommend printing photos here.
What size do my images need to be for the larger Metal Prints? I don’t want them to turn out pixelated.
Us either. Check out the minimum photo sizes below. We also have a fantastic guide on how large you should print your photos here.
Square Metal Prints:
Rectangular Metal Prints:
Round Metal Prints:
How do I know if my photo will print well?
Our uploader will block photos that are too small for a particular metal 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 see 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 hesitant to print? Email our team of customer service empaths at email@example.com for helpful guidance.
A Note on Cropping
Our Metal Prints are always printed full bleed. Due to the nature of full bleed printing and trimming, we recommend keeping all important subjects at least 0.25” from the edge of your print shown on the cropping menu or print preview. Full bleed prints can be cropped up to an additional 0.25” from this preview so we recommend keeping all vital limbs, heads, and text away from these crop lines.
Anything else I should know about Metal Prints?