After Dark with Clara N°15 - Limited Edition of 10 - Limited Edition of 10 Photograph by Thor Elias Engelstad

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After Dark with Clara N°15 - Limited Edition of 10 - Limited Edition of 10

Thor Elias Engelstad

Australia

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Size: 29.5 W x 19.7 H x 0 in

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Photography: C-type, Digital, Color on Paper.

Title: After Dark with Clara N°15
Series: After Dark
Date of Work: 2016
Paper Type: Fuji Pearl (Metallic)
Dimension: 50x75cm + 5cm white border
Edition: 1 of 10
Edition Size: 50x75cm
Artist Proofs: # 2 A.P.

Also available in large edition of 10 + 2AP (100x150cm)

Winner at the 13th Annual International Color Awards with: Nominee in Fashion.

Link to Winners Gallery:
https://www.colorawards.com/13thphotoshow/nominations.php?x=p&cid=443

The work comes signed by the artist accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity. The work is printed using a Digital Type-C process on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper.

PEARL paper contains a very special component: pearly mica crystals. Based on the natural mica, they are covered with a thin layer of metal oxides, for example, titanium dioxide. Through an interplay of transparency, refraction, coating and multiple reflections, one can discern silver-white and metallic reflection effects. These lend pictures such an intense warmth and depth; they become a true sensation for the eye.

With signed limited editions from Thor Elias Engelstad, every print is documented, and is issued with a Certificate of Authenticity. Digital C-prints are photographic prints made by exposing a sheet of Type-C photographic paper (e.g., Fuji Pearl) to light inside of a digital printer instead of to light projected by an enlarger. The digital C-print is then processed in a color processor just as a traditional C-print would be. While "digital C-print" is the common term for the process, both digital and traditional (optical) C-prints are properly termed "chromogenic prints." The paper is then developed in traditional darkroom chemistry. The result is an amazing true photographic print that is unsurpassed in sharpness, color accuracy and reproduction of detail while achieving the ultimate in image fidelity, exceeding the quality of traditional darkroom prints.


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