Peter's World

"Dancing Mist"

“With 62mm of rain forecast for Milford Sound on this day, I made a special trip for the short-lived waterfalls that adorn these sheer cliffs during heavy rain. Guided by my weather app which predicted it would ease at lunchtime, I arrived in the middle of the day, just as the rain stopped. The light had improved & this mist was forming lower in the valley, great timing!  As this mist drifted up the valley & across the rockface - during the ten or so minutes that it took to capture all 20 frames, I had no idea how it might turn out, until I stitched them together in my studio. And to my shock & surprise, this ghostly image resembling a dancing ballerina appeared. Fantastic!"

Very fine detail & huge resolution means this is perfectly suited for very large applications up to 6m wide, such as printing onto glass for bathroom walls, splashbacks etc.

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: 60Mp Phase One DB + Mamiya AFD 645 + 210mm lens

20 frames stitched for extreme detail & clarity

Exposure: 1/125 sec @ f6.3 ISO 400

Location: Milford road, Fiordland

Click photos to view 6m wide installation on low-iron glass at the Strata Lounge, Auckland International Airport (the close-up photos are of the actual glass!)Dancing Mist Strata 800Dancing Mist Strata detail copy

Limited Edition: 50 prints (total all sizes), individually numbered, personally signed & certified

Year of Release: 2013

Printer: Peter personally prints all his 100% cotton-rag paper & archival canvas on an HP Z9+ PS printer (9 colour "Vivera" archival pigment inkset, giclée process)

Print Permanence: >250 years indoors (paper & canvas prints), as tested on HP Z9+ printer by Wilhelm Research Institute, California

Copyright: Peter Latham 2013

“When Peter delivered our pieces, we couldn't believe the incredible detail. The images on his website - impressive as they are - really didn't do our prints justice!“