"The clarity of the Routeburn river is so clear & I had been seeking an image I felt it deserved, so after slipping & sliding down a steep bank, I was excited by what lay in front of me. The sheer power of the water that slammed these tree trunks into their position must have been immense & unforgiving, although it had done so in quite a poetic, but brutal way. And as I started to explore the area for its full potential, my plans were almost thwarted as it began to rain...but fortunately the heavens held for the next hour & the soft light assisted in my recording this remarkable 360 degree view with phenomenal depth & detail."
Also available as a meticulously crafted Fuji Flex print which displays incredibly fine sharpness, colour & contrast, to create the ultimate photographic master works. Prints are face-mounted under True Vue 99% U.V. conservation clear acrylic & mounted onto Di-Bond for a modern frameless look. A sleek hanging system on the back ensures they sit proudly off your wall, for the very best impact.
Equipment: Phase One XF 100Mp Trichromatic + Schneider Kreuznach 45mm blue lens
16 frames stitched together to create a 3.9GB file of epic detail & clarity, covering a 360 degree view (print width cropped to 1:4)
Exposure: 2.5 sec @ f32 ISO 200
Location: Routeburn river, Mt Aspiring National Park