infra yosemite NATIONAL PARK

How do you photograph somewhere that has been made famous by the great Ansel Adams and countless others?

Yosemite has been one of those places I have wanted to visit on seeing Adams black and White photographs. It is a place so breathtakingly beautiful.

I decided to take photographs using a converted full spectrum camera and then used a slow shutter speed to slow things down and pause the moment. I wanted to create an alternative view of the scenery to create surreal images featuring pink, purple and blue.


All prints are printed on Fine Art Hahnemuhle photo paper and are archival and mounted to a signed and editioned archival mount larger prints will be rolled and tubed for postage.
All prints are museum-quality pieces that use refined particles of pigment to create beautiful, high-resolution finished artwork. As its name suggests, this method of printing creates artwork designed to last a long time. Two key elements play a role in the lifespan of an archival pigment print—the ink and the paper.
Images are available as part of Limited Editioned prints.

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