“Being curious sometimes pays off! I had no idea where the road I was on might take me, but it led me to this remarkable bank of ferns & mosses, wow! It had rained heavily earlier in the morning, so everything was really wet, which accentuated the colour saturation nicely. The wind stayed calm & clouds kept the light soft & constant, but it was technically very challenging to shoot & assemble this file. The resulting "negative" is 3.2 metres wide @ 300DPI!"
Very fine detail & huge resolution means this is perfectly suited for very large applications such as printing onto glass for feature walls, splashbacks etc.
Equipment: 60Mp Phase One DB + Mamiya AFD 645 + 210mm lens
40 frames stitched for extreme detail & clarity
Exposure: 1/3 sec @ f32 ISO 400
Location: Paparoas, West Coast