In March I received an email from Belgium from a photo lab which I did not know about. The manager, a certain Jonathan B. asked me if I was interested in working with him on a review about one of their products:
Direct printing on 5 mm PVC, 35×50 format.
I told myself ‘why not?’
Once I had registered on the website and logged in, I selected the product and uploaded the image. All very easy, except for a small problem with my credit card, my fault, but nothing more.
The print arrived within the time indicated on the website, and the packaging was perfect.
As soon as I opened it, I noticed the reliability of the colours and the overall contrast of the image. With the attached photos I could compare the pictures with the original files, or directly with my Retina monitor.
The details are in high definition although there some imperfections at the edges which are negligible since you notice them only at close range.
This quality is the result of an excellent work flow on both parts.
The file was also printed on Fotosprint HD photo paper to compare the two images, thus evaluating the excellent performance.
Digital printing technology on rigid surfaces has made a huge progress in the last few years and being able to control it, as the Zor photographic lab does, makes you satisfied with your work and gives splendid results.
I will certainly use the Zor laboratory again in the future considering the quality of the results. My advice though is to pay attention to the delivery times and costs, as well as packaging costs for online orders.
All together, look up!