Dovercourt, Harwich, Essex, Uk



Dovercourt Harwich Essex Uk, September 2020

This particular image represents the two Dovercourt lighthouses, near Harwich. They were erected in 1863 to guide ships through the deep-water channel around Landguard Point. The correct direction is indicated when the two lighthouses are aligned. The lighthouses were restored in the 1980s and are no longer in use, becoming an attraction for photographers, tourists and onlookers.

This image was taken using a film camera on Kodak T-MAX 120 film. I personally processed the film at home.
The resulting negative was imported in Photoshop using a high quality film scanner, for micro adjustments.
After that, the resulting image was printed using a professional Pigment Based Photo Inkjet Printer. The print was made in a professional laboratory, supervised by myself.

This image is printed on 16' X 16' acid free museum grade Hahnemühle Pearl archival paper.

The print will be shipped unmounted and unframed, free for you to mount and display as you wish, into a recycled hard tube for extra security and safety.

numbered certificate of authenticity is provided.

Expected delivery time is between 7 and 10 days.

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