The inner workings of a tree

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The inner workings of a tree. Available as a 12×16″ (~30x41cm) Ultraprint on Permajet Portrait White fiber paper (matte); $380, signed edition of 20. The price includes shipping by courier anywhere in the world. Please include your phone number for the courier in the comment field when ordering.

Winter plus rather harsh noon light created the impression of peering into a tree stripped of its leaves – the branches are in place, but nothing else. Structure is only broadly defined by the dark trunk and branches; the rest is an organic web giving a feeling of extremely evolved complexity – which is really not far from the truth. MT

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About the prints
Prints are made by Printmaster Wesley Wong of Giclee Art using our proprietary Ultraprint process, which delivers extremely high real resolutions – up to 720 pixels per inch, or four times that of an iPad’s Retina display, a wide gamut, and very smooth tonal transitions. We print on either Canson Infinity Platin Fiber Rag baryta or Permajet Portrait White depending on the subject matter and size using Epson Ultrachrome archival-grade inks.

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Images and content copyright Ming Thein | mingthein.gallery 2014 onwards. All rights reserved

Comments

  1. Kristian Wannebo says:

    One of the best tree photos I have seen!

    A beautiful way of making all those distracting details in a tree contribute instead, here with this wonderful shimmer.

    ( Interesting that all the shimmering twigs are more or less parallell, I’ve never thought of that. I guess that is part of the magic in this image – in addition to the light reflections in the bark of the tree and it’s closest neighbors.)

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