Lyrical abstraction photography is relatively unusual, I have recently been entranced by work in this area. Drifting was made using a number of techniques involving camera movement and a long exposure capture of leaves drifting under water. The fluidity of the leaves seems to leave the canvas to drift off into eternity.
To produce such a high quality print I have used all my professional expertise and my full frame Canon 5D Mark II camera. I use a specialised macro photography lens which allows me to capture all the details in very close up.
I do all my own printing! I do not send out to a lab. You can see photos of my studio and my huge printer in my About Pages. The inks I use are the fabulous non-fade Epson Ultrachrome K3 with Vivid Magenta; the combination of museum archival grade paper and archival ink will ensure that your print will last a lifetime without fading.
Available in other sizes and on canvas, please get in touch.
Archival Quality Fine Art Paper and Epson Ultrachrome K3 Inks