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Crafted in the darkroom using an 1870s photographic printing process, these beautiful photographic trinkets are specially selected from my archiv… Read More
Crafted in the darkroom using an 1870s photographic printing process, these beautiful photographic trinkets are specially selected from my archive to form my Platinum/Palladium Print Collection... Read Less
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Crafted in the darkroom using an 1870s photographic printing process, these beautiful photographic trinkets are specially selected from my archive as being particularly suited to the medium.
 
Due to the time and expense involved, Platinum/Palladium prints are scarcely made in the world today, yet they are still considered by many to be the epitome of photographic printing...
'Rum at Dusk' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x4.5" photograph on 14x11" Bergger 320gsm

 
Print Detail of 'Rum at Dusk'
'Hérault Mountains' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x4.75" photograph on 14x11" Bergger 320gsm

 
Print Detail of 'Hérault Mountains'
'Glencoe' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x4.5" photograph on 12x10" Arches Platine 310gsm

 
'Paddington Station' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x4.75" photograph on 14x11" Bergger 320gsm

 
Print Detail of 'Paddington Station' showing my initials and emboss mark in the right hand corner...
'Scafell Pike' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x5" photograph on 12x10" Arches Platine 310gsm
 
NB: Also available as a pair with 'Great Gable'.
'Great Gable' now available as a Platinum/Palladium Print — click here to see it in my Platinum/Palladium Collection.

7x5" photograph on 12x10" Arches Platine 310gsm
 
NB: Also available as a pair with 'Scafell Pike'.
Photography by Jack Lowe