This stunning photo was captured by whale researcher and conservationist, Gary Sutton. The photo features J27 breaching from the waters off the coast of Vancouver Island, BC. Also known as “Blackberry,” J27 is an adult male southern killer whale born in 1991.
The caption Gary included with his photo says, “I want to send a huge thanks to @posterjack for hooking me up with this amazing 18x24 HD metal print of my J27 breach shot! It's my first time going with an online print company and I'm so stoked with how it turned out. The vibrancy of the HD metal is unreal. If you're thinking of getting prints done, I can highly recommend these guys. Great Canadian company and very professional.”
We can’t get over how gorgeous our country is and how incredible our customers are at capturing its beauty! In fact, if this photo of Gary’s HD Metal Print looks familiar, it’s probably because we included it in another recent blog post featuring images from across Canada.
Because Gary shared a photo of his Posterjack print and tagged us in it, he’s won a $150 voucher code to spend on any of our photo art products! Gary, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
Do You Want to Win $150 of Free Prints?
If you want to get in on next month’s Free Prints Friday giveaway, all you need to do is:
1. Take a photo of your Posterjack art.
2. Share it on Facebook or Instagram—or both!—and tag @posterjack.
3. We’ll comment on your post to ask for permission to share your photo on our website. Reply to that comment with @posterjack and #YesPosterjack and you’re all set!
For more information, official rules, and for tips on how to capture the best photos of your Posterjack prints, read this Free Prints Friday post.
Posterjack HD Metal Prints
Posterjack HD Metal Prints are glossy, vibrant, and ready to make a bold statement on your wall. They’re also lightweight, fade-resistant, and extremely durable. With a fade-resistance rating of 100+ years, our HD Metal Prints are created using a process called dye-sublimation. This means your photo is reverse-printed using unique transfer papers and dyes. It’s then placed over the Chromaluxe metal panel which has a special coating on it. Using a heat press at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, the sublimation dyes are converted to a gas and transferred to the metal at a molecular level. Since the dyes have been infused into the metal, your HD Metal Print will not fade, peel, or crack under normal conditions.
Related: Do Metal Prints Fade?
Looking for Ideas?
Check out the Posterjack Idea Gallery to see how other customers are displaying their photo art and if you need some additional inspiration and tips on how to take great photos of your prints, make sure to read our tips here. If you won $150 in free prints, what would you choose? Leave a comment to let us know!