As you drive up to Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain you skirt Lake Pukaki. Eventually the lake peters out and you are surrounded by mountains. This is the view as you look back the way you came. The New Zealand alps are beautiful in both winter and summer. This was Taken in late spring when the snow had almost disappeared.
Clicking the shutter in the first stage in a process of producing a print like this. The image will be worked on in post production to bring out the emotion in the photograph. I try and create a mood which is communicated with the viewer.
For those interested in the technical issues, I print all images myself on to mold made paper from Hannemeulhe. The company was founded in 1584 in Germany so they know a thing or two about paper!
I use Epson Ultrachrome inks which are archival quality. Expected life before any fading is 100 years under UV glass
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Paper is the most important element in a print and I have spent many years printing on different papers. I now print exclusively on Hannemeuhle "William Turner" mould made fine art textured paper 310 gsm.