Vibrant fine art photography print of gin and tonic cocktail lime garnish and creative hard shadow.
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 30th September 2021 in the Yorkshire Dales in the north of England.
My work is composition minimalist and colour maximalist. I like to centre the focus on a solitary subject without extraneous props or pretend human context. This allows the food details, styling and colour palette to truly shine. This capture was about the shadow, but it was also about the bubbles.
Colour scheme: I find the complementary interplay of pink and green to be continually inspiring.
I composited this image from two artificial light shots to capture that stunning shadow. The endless spiral of lime peel is crafted into a cocktail garnish with using pinking shears to achieve the decorative edge. Crystal clear ice made and hand carved by the artist.
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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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