"Having endured a pretty rough ferry crossing over Cook Strait the night before, I studied the weather map & wondered if conditions might clear that evening? What did I have to lose? So I made a detour from SH1 & headed for National Park. Just 1.5 hrs before sunset, it was still raining under low cloud cover, but as I neared the volcanic plateau, it was remarkable to witness the speed at which the clouds lifted. And with just enough clear sky in the west, this allowed me to continue capturing the changing light, right up until the sun dipped below the horizon. What a great way to end an already successful trip, this really was the icing on the cake!"
Equipment: Phase One XF 100Mp Trichromatic + Schneider Kreuznach 240mm blue lens
7 frames stitched together for epic detail & clarity
Exposure: 1/200 sec @ f9 ISO 800
Location: National Park, Volcanic Plateau
Also available as a carefully crafted Fuji Flex print, the ultimate photographic print process that is available. This is face-mounted under True Vue 99% U.V. conservation clear acrylic & mounted onto Di-Bond for a modern, frameless look. The incredibly fine detail & impact that is portrayed with these is astounding & forms part of a stunning new range of imagery.