Peak Imag­ing

NPhoto - - Gear Zone - www.peak-imag­ing.com

Like the One Vi­sion prod­uct, this is a real heavy­weight. How­ever, in­stead of sit­ting be­tween two sheets of acrylic, the photo print is bonded to the rear of a sin­gle 10mm sheet. Be­hind this, a rec­tan­gu­lar rail sys­tem forms the hang­ing sup­port, spac­ing the rear of the acrylic 1cm from the wall.

The su­perb im­age qual­ity is vir­tu­ally iden­ti­cal to that of the One Vi­sion print. How­ever, with the print be­ing at the rear, the edge of the im­age shows through the side of the acrylic if you view it from an an­gle. Whether you like the ef­fect is a mat­ter of per­sonal taste. We pre­fer the One Vi­sion method.

The photo print is mounted be­hind a 10mm acrylic sheet, re­veal­ing the im­age edges through the sides

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