Giclee print on hahnemühle bamboo paper
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Giclee fine art print on hahnemühle bamboo paper (matt soft & textured)
This image was made with a large format camera on a black glass plate. The wet Collodion process used dates from 1861. The chemicals and gestures have remained identical to those of the time. The positive image is obtained on a 13x13 cm glass plate. Then the plate is scanned to produce museum-quality prints.
I carry out all the stages of this process, from the manufacture of the chemicals to the framing.
This Artwork is available framed or unframed. In the selection 'SIZE' menu:
S = Print: 40 x 40 cm with 1cm white margin, the print is shipped flat,
M = Framed (Museum Quality Glass): 50 x 50 cm (print size is 40 x40 cm)
(Museum quality framing made by the artist. Raw oak frame 50 x 50 cm, ‘medium oak’ tone, ‘warm’ white passe-partout)
Museum print on warm ton fine art paper from Hahnemühle. The print is made by the artist, signed on the back and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
The print is protected from ultraviolet rays by a spray.
‘ARTGLASS’ museum quality glass.
Hometown: Fontenay le Fleury
Based in: Fontenay le Fleury
I was born in Paris and I live nearby
I have been passionately involved in film photography for over 20 years in parallel with my work as an engineer.
Since April 2022, I have been living my passion full time.
I do analog photography because it totally satisfies my way of approaching my subject through observation and patience.
I particularly like the softness of the images, the progressiveness of the blur and its grain.
This is the reason why I naturally turned to the large format camera, this allows to restore both the finesse and the softness of the textures.
My approach is also to return to the very essence of photography, that is to say to the original technique devoid of any superfluous adjustment.
I find my inspiration in reading light and observing what surrounds me. Photography is above all capturing the light and looking at what others do not see. When I am not exploring my environment, it is the images that run through my mind that I try to “capture”.
Above all, I feel like a photographer who seeks to create poetry in images. Whether the theme of my work is still life, landscape, portrait or a nude study, it is always nature that inspires me: The body seen as a landscape, the woman nature, the return to the state of nature, and the dream of wide open spaces without any imprint of man, are my favorite subjects.
This artisanal and visual approach, I find it even more by my experimentation with alternative processes such as the production of Ambrotypes (photography on a glass plate) with wet collodion or the use of pastel, sanguine, etc. on textured fine art paper. I like, through these processes, to find the matter of my subjects and the "matter of light"
As an artist, I defend the limited edition of photographic works and artisanal work.
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