“Anemone Shallows” is a single photograph taken in Laguna Beach California. The photo was taken with the camera partially submerged to capture the perspective from above and below the waterline at the same time. This is one image and not two composite images. A customized underwater camera housing was used to offset the waterline from the camera lens to create the “aquarium” view you see. A flash was used to illuminate the water and sea floor.
Giclee Dimensions: 36″ x 24″; custom sizes as large as 60″ x 40″ upon request.
Fine art limited edition giclee available in 5 substrates:
- Paper Giclee: Archival pigment printing on Epson Hot Press White archival paper, signed and numbered. This option will be shipped to you rolled in a tube unless you reach out and provide us the opportunity to work with you on custom framing and matting. We encourage this in Southern California. If you’re located elsewhere it makes more sense to work with a local framer due to shipping expense.
- Canvas Giclee: Archival pigment printing on canvas, signed and numbered. This option includes a modern floater frame (black, silver, white or light wood) that adds 1.25″ both vertically and horizontally to the dimensions of the fine art archival print.
- HD Metal: ChromaLuxe HD Metal Prints infuse dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets, illuminating color vibrancy and resolution. This is a vibrant, lightweight, durable, scratch-resistant, and easy to clean way to exhibit fine art photography. It comes with a shadow box frame providing the aluminum with more substance and adding 1″ both vertically and horizontally to the dimensions of the fine art archival print.
- Acrylic Face mount: Archival pigment printing on Epson Hot Press White archival paper, signed, numbered & bonded to acrylic. This is incredibly vibrant, with a glass-like polish to it. It’s a modern, sleek way to exhibit fine art photography.
- TruLife Acrylic Face mount: Archival pigment printing on Epson Hot Press White archival paper, signed, numbered & bonded to TruLife acrylic. This is slightly more vibrant, with a glass-like polish to it that resists dust and is less reflective. Exhibit fine art photography in the format you see in museums.
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