I was wandering across the lombardy plain (Italy) , on a autumn's evening, and saw these trees silhouettes in line, popping up from a subtle gray strip of ground over a dark ground base.
Behind, many other trees, vanishing away in the coming darkness.
Some clouds, above , still enlighted by the lasting light of the dying sun.
There was a rythm in shapes alternance, and a repetion going to infinite, while eyes run over the essential, elegant plot of branches.
The excellent print quality and the care i put in preserving every single degree of shade, will be visible on the real print , once under your eyes.
Image is printed on museum quality Hahnemuehle Fine Art Museum Etching 350 g/mq paper by a Epson certified laboratory and accompanied with a signed and numbered attestation , including all technical info about print process.
For my postproduction i use a 24" calibrated wide gamut Eizo monitor, driven by a Quadro 10 bit colour deep graphic card, tested and measured with a Xrite spectrum tester.
All images are processed to maximum colour deep and resolution, in TIF loseless format and sent directly to the print lab.
Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Bright White 310 g/mq