Whitewall really spoils you for choice when it comes to brands and styles of photo paper
Serving up a feast of photo finish options, Whitewall offers acrylic, aluminium, framed products, canvases, photo prints, fine art prints and more. There’s an enormous range of some 24,000 library images to choose from, and of course you can upload your own. In contrast to Loxley Colour, the broad choice extends to paper types for regular photo prints. You can choose between lambda prints on Fuji Crystal Archive DP II, or lightjet prints on Kodak Pro Endura, Kodak Metallic, Fuji Flex High Gloss, Ilford black-and-white papers or old-school Baryta paper.
It’s difficult to gauge the merits of different papers and processes by viewing examples on your computer screen, but Whitewall’s website does a very good job of explaining the differences. A free sample pack is available, with a £3.95 postage charge. Moreover, a wide array of ICC profiles is available on the site for free download, so you can be confident of the results.
Delivery takes up to eight working days mainly because, despite the UK-based ordering system, Whitewall’s photo prints are created in Germany. Even so, delivery charges are reasonable, starting at £3.95, and the quality of packaging is excellent. Print quality is superb on the whole, but Whitewall is an expensive option for prints less than 24x16 inches in size.