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Photography: Color, Digital, Ink, Paper, Photo on Aluminium, Paper, Plastic, Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Wood.
NOTE: New churches, added to the series, can be found by searching for 'church new mexico elemental phenomenon’, OR, by clicking Collections in the Mark Goebel Profile page… then clicking the Collection ’New Mexico Churches - An Elemental Phenomenon’.
Unknown Church, illuminated by the full moon, Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, March 12, 2017.
Shot with a Sony a7R, 365.0 sec; f/5.6; ISO 100; ND10 filter, illuminated by the full moon, using a 55mm Zeiss lens (the sharpest autofocus lens ever tested by www.DXOMark.com).
This is one such church image, of a work of nearly 90 images, in a series called 'New Mexico Churches - An Elemental Phenomenon'.
The 44H x 64W inch framed print, using Moab Entrada Rag (www.moabpaper.com/entrada-rag/), fine-art, archival paper, and, printed with archival, permanent, Giclée pigments (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pigment), is dry-mounted on Dibond e-panel (graphicdisplayusa.com/products/dibond/e-panel/), using a DryTac Vacuum Press. The composite is then framed with a 2" black wood frame (white wood frame available). Before framing, the print is given 2 coats of Breathing Color Timeless varnish, applied with a robotic, HVLP spray system. This gives the print UV protection, anti glare, and protection against the elements. Varnished print can be cleaned with a damp sponge. Suitable for outdoor display, out of the sun and covered by an awning to keep rain of the surface. NOTE: Limited Edition (LE 3/15) will be written on the bottom left border of the print, and, the print will be signed by Mark Goebel, before shipping.
Size: 64 W x 44 H x 0.1 in
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