Printing and Downloading

You have done it. You got your photos taken and it was quite a bit of planning, effort, and money that went into this project of yours. You now have access to your beautiful photos at http://clients.wolfpaulus.photography/gallery/<#your-personal_album-ID>, which allows you to download or print your photos in several sizes and on two different photo paper options.

 

Click on “OPEN GALLERY” and after entering your email address, you will see all your photos. The horizontal menu above the photos allows you to share, download, view a slideshow, or buy all photos printed on photo-paper.

 

Use the download icon at the top, to download your complete album, all at once. A download link will be sent to your email address. (Depending on the number of photos, the complete album might just be too large to download it on your phone or iPad. In that case, download photos individually .. see below.)


Single Photo View

To print or download photos individually, hover the mouse-pointer over an image and watch a menu appear at the bottom of the photo. Here you can flag a photo as a favorite, add it to your cart for printing, download the photo, or share it.

 


 

Go the extra mile

Don’t rely on proprietary display standards – Flickr, Facebook, and even Instagram, look a lot like today’s Kodachrome slides to me. Instead, liberate some of your best photographs from your smartphone, and “turn treasured memories into memorable treasures.”

Even in the age of instant gratification, getting photos developed is still a pretty magical thing, especially if you don’t settle for the mediocre print quality, you usually find at drugstores. I still get goosebumps sometimes, when a package from my photo-lab arrives, and I look at my photos, for the first time in a large print-format and stunning quality.

I don’t try to up-sell and have explained how to download photos in full resolution from your gallery, to share online or with any print company you like. However, for your convenience and because I know and trust in the quality of my preferred photo-lab, I make their services easily and conveniently accessible to you.

The lab provides a truly stunning print quality, an array of sizes, and uses only professional-grade Kodak Endura Pro paper (in Luster or Metallic), all for a reasonable price.

Paper Types


Luster

Kodak Endura Professional Paper in Luster surface is great for traditional printing and produces vivid color and excellent flesh tones. This paper is a traditional favorite for wedding, portrait and commercial photographers.
Luster has a satin-like sheen and a modestly textured surface, which you can see when the light angle is just right. Luster prints offer the best of both worlds: the color saturation of glossy (without the glare associated with it) and the fingerprint resistance of matte.


Metallic

Kodak Endura Professional Paper in Metallic has a glossy finish and metallic appearance that creates images with exceptional visual interest and depth. Great for scenics, automotive or architectual photography where a high-contrast, metallic appearance is desirable. This paper uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers that result in striking, three-dimensional, lasting images on an ultra-bright background.

 


Stop the moment, observe, feel, capture.

Photographs are the slideshow of your life – make it a great one.

— Wolf Paulus