The photo used to make up this print features a young woman swamped in a wavering sea of joss sticks amongst a crowd of thousands of worshippers and visitors who, on the second day of the Chinese New Year, come to perform rituals and make offerings to welcome in the New Year at the Che Kung Miu in Tai Wai, Hong Kong on January 27, 2009. The second day of the first lunar month is Che Kung’s birthday. Over this period about 100,000 people come to visit the temple to pay homage and to ask for blessings and good fortune for the year to come.
All prints offered for sale from this site are paper based. The prints are made using the Lambda C printing process, a process whereby a digital image is projected onto some form of chromogenic photo-sensitive media via three [RGB] laser beams. The media is then run through a wet chemical process to render the final print. We offer either a matt or glossy photo finish. Each print has a 1 centimetre white boarder around it. We do not offer framing or mounting.
At this time we do not offer prints using ink-jet printing technologies. Simply put, our digital workflow has been optimised to use Lambda C printing process technologies. Our printers use Fuji’s Photo Crystal papers. By archival standards, Fuji papers are on par with the best art papers used to make ink-jet prints. While we do not usually sign our prints, each print comes with its own signed Certificate of Authenticity.
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