Bond is turning 40 next month…

Our gift to you…

As a part of our Birthday celebration, Bond would like to introduce a stunning new photographic paper from Kodak, HD paper.

We would like to give you the opportunity to see  this stunning surface for yourself.

This High Definition surface reproduces pleasing flesh-tones,  great highlight and shadow detail, and excellent print longevity. Other characteristics include:

* Distinctive surface with a luminous/iridescent sheen
* Extended color gamut
* High gloss and high contrast for blacks with high impact
* Thick base for robust, premium feel
* No backprint

It is as simple as this:   Keep all your invoices for orders placed in October, because in November you can claim a free 20 x24” (51x61cm ) HD print for every $500 you spend.

No limit! If you spend $10,000 you will receive 20 free 20×24” prints.

Good luck with your Birthday bonus and enjoy the most beautiful prints on Kodak HD paper.

Click here for more information at the Kodak website.

Wolfgang Sievers

Wolfgang Georg Sievers (18 September 1913 – 7 August 2007) was an Australian  photographer who specialised in architectural and industrial photography.

At Bond Imaging we remember him as a brilliant artist, a good friend and a loyal customer. In memory of this wonderful photographer and in celebration of his work, we are exhibiting some of his most important prints in our reception. These prints are from the personal collection of Bond Imaging’s Managing Director, Lothar Huber.

He was not only a good friend of mine, but also a loyal person to Bond over many years. He brought the best out of all of us.  He was loved as a person and admired as an artist and photographer. Over the years we have had many exhibitions of his work, starting from the late 1970 ‘s and we all remember the first very large colour print we processed for him from his trip to China. The print was made in 4x 40” wide sections and it was the first large colour print ever produced in the country.
~ Lothar Huber

For anyone interested in the rare experience of getting up close to the work of Wolfgang Sievers, it will be on display from early September at Bond Imaging 4-8 Gwynne Street, Richmond.

The prints are printed on True Black and White Paper and on high gloss Flex paper