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On June 24th, we returned to visit Val d'Orcia, to photograph the different fields' textures, some still golden and others already worked. This time, we took advantage of the aerial view, discovering magnificent drawings created by the farmers.

The 72 hours spent in the valley allowed us to enjoy its essence, admiring how the sun's rays changed the perspective of the landscape. In this project, we worked with ground and field tones like brown and gold. 

The dawn and dusk lights permitted us to play with shadows, creating a wider dynamic range scene.


The art pieces are printed with Inkjet Fine Art Epson Ultrachrome Pigments technique, on Canson Baryta Photographique Paper.

They are then fixed with Museum double-sided adhesive Acid-Free self-adhesive on a 2mm thick Dibond sheet.

The images below show the P.A. of the collection. 

Each series starts with 1 or 2 proofs of the artist. These prints are the prototype of the series and define the final technique used for the collection.

The proof of the artist is developed by the artist and are unique piece. This image is Val d'Orcia II's P.A.

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