A view of strait of Messina (Italy), in a cloudly summer day (July 2016).
This is the gap between sicily and the rest of Italy.
Despite who would built a mega monster bridge, absolutely negative under many point of view, this zone should be preserved as it is, because one of the most beautiful seascape in the world.
Despite the fact this is a obbligatory bottleneck for many commercial ships routes, everyday, when the weather allow, you can see some old, typicall boat running up and down, hunting swordfish.
I captured one of these boats, visible at right bottom of the frame, standing in the sicily side of the strait.
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