Kupe Natural Gas Field (unmanned Wellhead Platform), Tasman Sea, 20th July 2012
edition of 3 + 2 artist copies.
unframed print, signed and editioned on the back.
Printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photo Rag 310gsm Matt Paper.
Available in 1 size:
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Kupe Natural Gas Field, Tasman Sea, 2012
This photograph was made as part of my ‘Zealandia: Views from the Peak?’ series, which was an exploration of the oil and gas industry in New Zealand.
It was shot using a 4×5 film view camera leaning out of the window of a 2 man cessna airplane off the coast of Taranaki.
Those familiar with the 4×5 film process will understand that it is a pretty cumbersome process as large dark slides have to be inserted into the camera back. Typically 4×5 view cameras are used on tripods to shoot landscapes. I felt the 4×5 process was necessary to enable the large 1m x 1.2m prints for this project.
It was a beautiful day flying off the Taranaki Coast that day. The skies were clear and Mount Taranaki was visible in all of its majestic glory.
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