This is a Hockney inspired 'joiner' picture of Worthing's iconic pier. It comprises of around 350 separate photographs, joined together to create one single image. Because of the way the images were shot (from four different places along the length of the pier), it has changed the perspective of the pier and it's surroundings. What I most love about this image is the way you have two different views of Worthing seafront to the west of the pier. One view to the left of the Pavilion Theatre (right hand side of image) and the other under the amusement arcade (in the middle).
It is framed by me using the highest conservation standards with a white moulding, 21mm wide and 53mm deep. Float mounted on acid free foam core board and raised away from the board to provide shadow detail. To see more about my framing and conservation standards see http://edwattsframing.weebly.com
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta 315gsm Glossy Fine Art Paper