Peter's World

"Poetry In Motion"

"After a few great days based at Lake Roe hut on Fiordland's Dusky Track, we began the long descent down the valley towards Lake Hauroko. As tough as the track is, we were lucky the rain held off for a few extra hours & with all the fresh ferns of early December, it really was a treat for the senses.

After crossing a walkwire bridge, these boulders in the river bed caught my eye, so I back-tracked to have a closer look. And as I stood here & surveyed this scene, I was like Wow, this is one of the prettiest I've ever laid eyes on! All the moss covered boulders were perfectly placed & with the cascading levels of water, it all struck a wonderful balance. Whilst it's hard to appreciate everything being such a bright shade of green, this is really how it was. Epic settings like this are quite rare & difficult to find, but it's quite a thrill when you do, it makes all the hard slog, mud & sandflies worthwhile!” 

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.

Equipment: Phase One XF 100Mp Trichromatic + Schneider Kreuznach 80mm blue lens 

5 frames stitched together to achieve epic detail & clarity

Exposure: 1 sec @ f22 ISO 200

Location: Dusky Track, Fiordland

Limited Edition: 75 prints (total all sizes), individually numbered, personally signed & certified

Year of Release: 2021

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 2021

“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!“