"The Guardian"

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"Glowing in the first light at sunrise, this ancient Pohutukawa continues to provide a colourful display of it’s crimson flowers at the end of each year. Composed from 28 separate frames, the total file = 2.4Gb & exhibits extraordinary detail, ideally suited for very large installations on glass or other media.”

Equipment: 60Mp Phase One DB + Mamiya AFD 645 + 80mm lens

28 frames stitched for extreme detail & clarity, capable of enlargements >2.5m high

Exposure: 1 sec @ f22 ISO 400

Location: Opito bay, Coromandel Peninsula

Limited Edition:
125 signed & certified prints (all sizes & media).

Year of Release: 2017

Printer:
HP Z3200 PS 12 colour "Vivera" archival pigment inks, Giclée process (100% cotton rag paper & fine-art canvas).

Print Permanence:
250 years indoors, as tested on HP Z3200 printer by Wilhelm Research Institute, California.

Copyright: Peter Latham 2017

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