Artist's description:

A digital image of Ely Cathedral's Octagon Tower..........as I was lying on my back on the tiled floor. Final editing consists of tonal and colour adjustments.


'The timber octagon that sits on the tower of the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity at Ely is one of the greatest engineering feats of the Middle Ages. Completed in 1334, it weighs around 400 tons'.

'The timber lantern was designed by William Hurley, the King's carpenter. It is framed by eight vertical oak posts 63ft high, each weighing 10 tons. Imagine the difficulty of raising these posts more 100ft in the air to position them on the stone base. The posts are braced by a complex framework of timber struts and curved members with a compression ring at the top, vaulted in timber above'.




Technical Details

Canon EOS 5D2
Canon 50mm f1.4
Post processing: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop

Printing Options:

Printed on Lustre Professional Paper A3 £100

Printed on Large Format A1 C Type Lustre Paper: £130 (Image display size)

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digitalpaper Type DP II is a silver halide color paper with a thicker base and high stiffness, designed exclusively for digital printing.

Printed on Large Format A1 Museum Paper: £140 (Image display size)

A slightly textured loose weave heavyweight art paper. Mould made, pH neutral and very thick. High gamut volume and low colour error makes this the choice of most fine art print labs.

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Materials used:

digital photography

Octagon Tower (2014)

$170.42

  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 25
  • Size: 19.69 × 29.53 × 0.08 in (unframed) / 19.69 × 29.53 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the back
  • Ready to hang
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