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A Mounting Question

Discussion in 'Printing Photos and Photo Software' started by Greatwhitewing, Sep 4, 2017.

  1. Sep 4, 2017
    Greatwhitewing

    Greatwhitewing Getting Fingers Dirty

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    A bit off topic but who know more about mounting than printing enthusiasts.

    Early research stages. I am considering printing and mounting a panoramic print with super high aspect ratio. My SC-P600 can do 13" wide and my print might 6-8 feet long.

    How can I mount something that long and 13" wide? Will be displayed on a wall semi-permanently without direct sunlight.

    Should I make wooden framework/base (plywood) and use multiple foam-boards? I would be concerned about the seams showing.

    Canvas wrap would mean the width would be substantially reduced and way down on my list of options.

    I don't want a traditional picture frame. I would use UV spray.

    My images shot in RAW, stitched in PS and probably print with Qimage on good roll paper TBD on my Epson P600 printer using PC Inks

    Open to all reasonable advise and thanks in advance
     
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