THE KING AND I
He is the king of the food chain, the king of the animal world and my default position is that a portrait of a lion must emphatically convey this. The closer the camera to the lion, the more immersive the image and the more detail we can see in the lion’s face. The lower the camera, the more dominant and formidable the lion appears. I have worked with remote controls a great deal over the last three years and refined my approach – 3ft and a 35m lens offer the best imagery. It would not be the choice of many, but I prioritize resolution over frames per second and whilst this makes a clean capture all the more challenging, when you get the shot, the rewards are worthwhile.
This is the best I can do.
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Image: 56" x 70" (143 cm x 178 cm)
Framed: 67" x 81" (171 cm x 206 cm)
STANDARD (sold out)
Image: 37" x 46" (94 cm x 117 cm)
Framed: 48" x 59" (122 cm x 150 cm)
LARGE: Edition of 12
STANDARD: Edition of 12