Being determined to photograph the water tower of Nykøbing Sjælland, I visited it at night and morning, trying to find an angle that made the scenery attractive, rather than just a dull rendering of a tower in a field. Barely daring to breath, I slowly worked my way closer to the horses. It was obvious that the nearest horse was very jumpy, so I was working on borrowed time. As I wanted the depth of field high I chose a 1/60. The excitement and adrenalin shows in larger copies of the photograph, it is slightly shaken.
Print size: 4,5 x 7 inch (11,5 x 17,5 cm)
Frame size: 7 x 9,5 inch (18 x 24 cm)
Month: Probably around May
Place: Nykøbing Sjælland, Denmark
Camera: Leica M-6
Lens: Summicron 35 f.:2
Film: Kodak E100S
The photograph is hand signed and dated on the mat (passepartout) by Jesper Sø.
The frame is made in Denmark using FSC certified wood (wood from sustainable forestry) and arrives to you without glass. Not because of the easier shipping, but because I believe photographs should be enjoyed without the visual disturbing light reflections on the glass.
The mat (passepartout) is cut from PH neutral carton.
The digital print is made on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper Supreme. As the name suggests it has good archival abilities. That being said, nothing stays unmarked of time and light, so the image has a sort of build in change over time, as any other photographic image has.
Viewed image colors and contrast will vary with monitor type and settings