Müllerthal region, Luxembourg
Pigment ink print on fine art archival cotton paper, 2:3 ratio
_ 58 x 87 cm, limited edition of 6 - signed, numbered, with certificate
_ 38,7 x 58 cm, limited edition of 8 - signed, numbered, with certificate
_ 18 x 27 cm, limited edition of 14 - signed, numbered, with certificate
_ custom size/medium, limited edition of 2 - signed, numbered, with certificate
* prints come with a white border of about 1.5 cm on each side, which allows for proper handling and facilitates matting and framing; the sizes mentioned above are net sizes that do not include this border
** prices include VAT, but do not include postage, packaging, matting or framing
*** prints are always made on demand; as such a purchase cannot be cancelled once the print has been produced
**** for each size there is one AP to ensure my personal quality standards are met at that particular size
A somewhat skewed composition, that fits the theme. I revisited the spot exactly a year later, in the same sunny conditions, and gone were the moss-covered branches. To be expected, I guess. However, the vibrant ferns on the rim of the outcrop seemed to have been damaged too. It's unsettling that landscape scenes are subject to such a kind of 'decisive moment' ...
Bright foliage, a dark rock face: what would seem to be an easy choice for Baryta Prestige II paper, didn't carry across the gentleness I get from such an intimate forest scene. Platine Fibre Rag was a better choice here, despite the slightly lower D-max. Platine is an acid and OBA free, internally buffered, ISO 9706 compliant fine art paper.
As usual, prints are produced by myself on a Canon ImageProGraf Pro 2100 printer, using archival Canon Lucia Pro ink.