I’m proud to announce I have recieved a Silver Award in the 2011 Better Photography Magazine, Photo of the Year Awards. Better Photography is one of my favourite Australian photography magazines and occasionally I’ll give the competitions a go, just to see how I go. Not a category winner, but I’m happy to get a score of over 80 which is better than I have done before.

The photo I entered is of the peak of Mt Cook amongst the Southern Alps on the South Island of New Zealand I took from a Helicopter ride up to 3800meters above sea level. This sight is the greatest I have ever seen and I was high enough to see both the east and west coasts of New Zealand at the same time. This stunning image is now one of the many fine art prints I offer for sale with a limit to 10 editions only. Be the first to get edition one with any of the prices listed below.

10 Editions

8×12”  Metallic Print in Gallery Frame $110
12×16” Metallic Print in Gallery Frame $170
8×12” Craftwood Mount (Met. Paper) $110
20×30” Craftwood Mount (Met. Paper) $300
20×30” Metallic Print Only $160
16×24” i-Direct Acrylic Mount $400
20×30” i-Direct Acrylic Mount $470

Print Glossary

I-Direct Acrylic Mounts – A unique and ultra modern mount made from clear Archival Grade Acrylic with the image bonded to the back using a UV curing process. This makes the print impervious to condensation build up and mould attack. Colours are accurate and the detail is brilliant. The mounting method utilises a channel system and a spacer to give a floating appearance on the wall. The image is also completely borderless, so not to distract from it.

Craftwood (MDF) Mounting – A print is bonded to a 10mm Medium Density Fibreboard Panel with black edges and utilises the channel mount system. Not recommended for areas exposed to steam or any moisture. The Craftwood Mount is a well priced alternative to other mount types.

Metallic Paper Prints – This paper is the most striking paper type on the market, which is perfectly suited for landscape photographs. The image takes on an almost 3Dimensional quality with incredible detail and explosive colours. The finish is high gloss and it can be either framed in traditional frames, bonded to Craftwood or Foam Core.

If the print were to be exposed it is laminated in an archival grade lacquer for longevity.

Gallery Frame – This frame is what is known as a traditional black wooden frame with a white matt. This is so the frame is not distracting from the artwork. It comes with a basic rope for hanging.

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