Today a little look behind the scenes. To put a few pictures on the walls of a gallery or museum, some preparation is necessary.
Depending on one's own standards, this may range - apart from the subject and the story to be told - from the shooting technique used, through the digital or analogue laboratory, to the presentation of the finished picture in appropriate frames.
Since August 2010, I have been shooting exclusively with various digital cameras and lenses from Leica. For post processing, after a few detours via Aperture and Lightroom, I have been using only Capture One Pro for many years. But there will be a detailed article on that in the new year.
A few hours later, all the pictures printed by PixelfotoExpress on Hahnemühle Photo Rag were framed and packed again.
Here are just a few impressions of the framing. A Euro pallet of frames in various formats was delivered directly from the manufacturer Halbe-Rahmen.
What a package A Euro pallet with frames in various formats.
In calmness there is strength You shouldn't go to work here without gloves.
The result The picture used for the poster, here in a frame 100 cm x 100 cm.
12.1.2013 Still one of my favourite photos - taken almost 10 years ago in Fitzroy St.