As I had blogged earlier, I printed a couple of images on 13×19 sheets of aluminum. Now I have mounted them on Masonite. It worked pretty well. One image I mounted and bent the aluminum edges around the Masonite ‘frame.’ That did not work too well, the thin aluminum sheet did not bend as easily as I had thought – it tended to fight back, and the edges did not turn out as neat as I had hoped. Things worked better with the second image. Here I simply took a utility knife and cut the aluminum, following the edge of the frame. The photos show what things look like. Of course, the image printed on aluminum is difficult to photograph because of the reflection from the metal. I did not try to get fancy and build a light tent, or otherwise correct the photo.
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