News about the Peaked Interest Collection: We’re at the Brigade Hall in Bakewell on the weekend of Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd July. Our prints will be available for sale, ready mounted. For details of the location click here. Scroll down to see what’s available to buy this weekend.
About the Peaked Interest Collection
Carol & David, creators of the Peaked Interest Collection live and work in the Derbyshire Peak District, walking amongst, writing about and photographing the beautiful landscape, people, animals and historic villages in the UK’s oldest National Park. Having built careers in international photojournalism and writing the pair now find inspiration closer to home in the majestic splendour of a landscape that has been 400 million years in the making.
Carol and David’s photographs in the Peaked Interest Collection are reproduced as high quality Giclée prints to give faithful colour reproduction and detail that lasts far longer than a photographic print. Larger works are available as contemporary and stylish canvasses, just ask for details.
What is a Giclée Print?
Unlike traditional photographic printing the Giclée process uses 8 or more different highly photostable inks sprayed very finely onto high quality archival paper. The finished print will last far longer than a photographic reproduction whose pigments start to fade as soon as they are exposed to light.
Compare this to your domestic printer that uses just four colours and you’ll understand why the Giclée process gives amazing detail with a smooth tonal range to ensure a quality image that does justice to these amazing Peak District scenes.
There are currently 20 images in the Peaked Interest Collection available as mounted prints, fully framed or as stretched canvasses.