Digital Printing | In the print room this week

This week in the digital bureau at Photofusion, we can see some fantastic prints by Brian Watt, Paul Halliday, and Jason Oddy.

Brian Watt had his stunning black and white images printed at Photofusion on Canson Platine Rag. The image shown below is from his series of portraits from the Naga tribe in India.
Brian Watt is a passionate self-taught photographer who travels a lot for his work. He also works as an artistic commercial photographer alongside pursuing his personal projects.

Brian Watt

© Brian Watt

bryanwattphoto.com


Paul Halliday has been visiting the Photofusion Digital Bureau a lot over the past few months having works for his project Close to Nowhere printed. This photographic project was made between 2002 and 2012 and the images were produced in response to a series of walking detours around cities and urban spaces such as Berlin, Shanghai, New York, Trieste, London, Las Vegas, Bogota, Brighton and Margate as a result of a number of unplanned and accidental encounters.

Paul’s prints are on Harman Crystaljet Gloss paper with a Satin Matt laminate and then mounted on aluminium.

Paul Halliday

© Paul Halliday

paulhalliday.org


Jason Oddy was having work from his project Varanasi, India printed on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308 paper. The image is from a large-scale photographic work in which the Ganges – the most redemptive of rivers – is seen upside down over a 24-hour cycle. The print then went on to Kate at Coldharbour framing.

Jason Oddy

© Jason Oddy

jasonoddy.com