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Choose from our standard print or high quality metallic printStandard Print Metallic Print
Prints on Metallic paper
We do special very limited editions of our Art produced on Kodak Metallic paper – these always have a much lower edition size than the regular prints.
We use Kodak Endura Metallic Paper for these prints.
Kodak Professional Endura Metallic Paper is a silver halide colour paper with a distinctive glossy finish and metallic appearance with stunning deep rich colours and depth that will draw all eyes to your Art.
It has excellent fade resistance and will continue to look amazing for more than 100 years in a typical home display out of direct sunlight, and over 200 years in dark storage.
Choose from our simple or custom frames
Simple Frame - Dark Wood
Simple Frame - Light Wood
Simple Frame - White
Simple Frame - Black
Custom Frame - Aluminum - 8mm Frosted Silver
Custom Frame - Dark Wood - 31mm Walnut Stain
Custom Frame - Light Wood - 30mm Maple Veneer
Custom Frame - Oak - 34mm Oak Barefaced
Custom Frame - Gold - 40mm Gold Leaf
Custom Frame - White - 30mm Profiled White Stain
Custom Frame - Black - 30mm Profiled Black Stain
Custom Frame - Bronze - 30mm Ferrosa Bronze
Custom Frame - Silver - 25mm Metallic Pewter
Your Art is printed on Fuji Crystal Archive professional paper and mounted onto archival quality 3mm board. Each piece of Art is a limited edition, and is individually numbered and hand signed on the rear of the mounted print.
You can buy the art unframed or you can choose from our select range of beautiful frames that will show the art at its best, wherever you choose to display it.
Whether framed or not, this includes a certificate of Authenticity and a data card that gives you the story and details of the original photo.
This is limited to 50 copies of the A4 size, 30 copies of the A3 size and just 10 copies of the A2 size.
Seen Better Days
This is a location near to me in Kettering, Northamptonshire. I have often spotted brief glances of this when travelling along the A14 and one day I decided to investigate further.
When I went around to the actual field I discovered it was a farmers field with sheep in it. I spoke to a chap there who was repairing a fence and he informed me that he was the estate manager and would have a chat with the land owner to get permission.
After gaining the appropriate clearance I arrived at 4:30am on a cold late January morning and walked to the area in the field where the lake is. I wanted to be certain that I would be fully set-up ready with test shots in the camera when the light was perfect.
I set up the kit on a tripod and for the next two hours took various exposures of the same scene. The image is a merge of nine consecutive photos taken at various exposure levels and combined in software to form an HDR image.
That HDR Image has then been adjusted to achieve the final result.