Vibrant fine art photography print of fresh, cut blood oranges on blue patterned background.
This image is printed on FujiFlex “Supergloss” is an archival quality printing material with intense, vivid, luminous colour, pure, bright whites and inky blacks. Details you can stare at for hours. This paper prints at the highest resolution possible – best for showing you the intricate details I have created in these images. The rich colours and details in these prints will last for generations.
Available in two sizes, in limited editions of 10 prints per size.
Created 14th January 2019 in St Leonards-on-Sea, on the south coast of England.
Blood oranges are one of the only truly seasonal treats we still have available – no matter how much you want them, they’re only available in the deepest, darkest winter, when fresh produce and vibrant colour are rare. I love them for this – they refuse to be tamed.
Colour scheme: Orange and blue is a very powerful combination, echoed in food photography of all genres. The orange practically glows against the blue.
This image was shot with natural light, pouring through the window of my tiny studio by the sea. This was cool winter light, coming from the sun hanging low on the horizon, creating the most gorgeous backlight I have ever seen in my life.
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Framing + sizing
SMALL ∙ 30 x 40cm ∙ 12 x 16″ ∙ 10 x available
LARGE ∙ 40 x 50cm ∙ 16 x 20” ∙ 10 x available
This print is supplied with 0.5″/1.3cm white borders for framing, mounting and handling.
Small and large sizes are cropped slightly differently. Read more about sizing, framing and colour.
Printed on the remarkable FujiFlex “Supergloss” – learn more about this fine art print technique.
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