Fine Art portraits

The status of photography as fine art has been the subject of a lot of debate. Generally, a classic portrait, possibly shot on film and printed in a darkroom, or scanned on a high res scanner and printed on archival paper, would be defined as a fine art print. 

Rosalind Hobley portrait London writer-.jpg

This portrait was shot on medium format film and printed in a darkroom. The skin tones are like nothing you can get with digital files, especially when the lustre and patina of the print can be seen as well.

These portraits can be framed in walnut and with museum quality glass to minimize reflections and UV damage.