A lot of my Cornish landscape photography is about capturing familiar sights and landmarks under different natural conditions. For Rinsey Starry Sky, I headed out on a beautiful clear night to capture the mine building underneath the Milky Way.
I positioned myself uphill from the mine to get an elevated angle of the sky in which the rift of the Milky Way would fall either side of the building’s tall chimney tower.
Taking a series of long exposure shots, I returned home and layered each shot together to bring out the sharpness of the stars in the sky, and illuminate the historic dappled brickwork of the mine.
Rinsey Starry Night is a breath-taking scene of Cornwall’s mining history beneath a blanket of stars.
Each of my images is printed using an Epson SureColor SC-P800 Printer. This printer is designed to produce high quality professional prints using UltraChrome HD ink that gives a true-to-life finish. Shadows are notably crisp against the vibrancy of the colour palettes across all size ranges of my photography.
I print my images on Innova Resin Coated Photo Metallic Gloss paper which works extremely well on the Epson SureColor SC-P800 Printer. This 260gsm photo paper has a natural white base tone that contains metallic pigments in its microporous coating. Not only does it provide a high gloss finish, the pigments offer an extra dimension of subtle colour shifts under changing light conditions.