I set up the camera, composed and focussed and hoped light of the setting sun would complete my picture. More often than not, I set up my camera and wait only to realise I'm not going to find the light - or it isn't going to find me.
On this summer afternoon, however, slivers of soft golden light did arrive to brush across the pylons holding up the jetty.
Photographed on Kodak Ektachrome Film using a Sinar 4x5 camera
Print 2 of 5 museum quality, signed & numbered prints on 24 x 30" (610 x 762mm) paper (+ 2 Artist Proofs).
Paul selects the best Hahnemuhle, Moab or Canson paper ensuring perfect colour or black & white tones with archival longevity.
'Photography isn't real until I can feel it. The print is the tactile confluence of light and shadow - when my creative process is fully and properly realised.'