don’t look down
£995 – £11,975
|6 second exposure|
|100 limited edition prints|
|5 artist’s proofs|
|free worldwide shipping|
build your custom print:
The Shanghai Tower – the second tallest building in the world, and the highest observation deck on the planet. Looking down from well over 600m high gives you a real sense of perspective, especially when you’re there to do it before any of the safety glass has been installed!
I remember when the (now) second tallest building in Shanghai was having its foundations dug out. That tower, the SWFC, is now dwarfed by this new giant and, while delays have meant the opening shifted from 2015 to 2016, the sheer scale and imposition of the third of “The Three Kings” really has to be seen with your own eyes to be appreciated.
As with all photography, things never quite run as smoothly as we’d like. My access to the tower was limited to only one night in the summer of 2015, when clouds were rolling in fast. Luckily, a tiny break in the weather appeared just in time before we had to leave – and long enough for me to not only photograph but also witness this amazing view before the public have access to what will soon be one of the world’s “must-see” buildings.
Location: Shanghai, China
Sizes available up to 3m / 10ft – for custom sizing, please contact the studio
Each print we deliver is a hand-signed Limited Edition (of 100) or Artist's Proof (of 5) version. Because you're getting a true work of art, you'll also receive a secure certificate of authenticity and individual edition number.
Ultra HD Printing
We use the best medium format camera systems in the entire world and print every image on specialist silver metal halide paper - meaning what you see in real life is exactly what you get to hang on your wall.
Your print is put through a rigorous set of quality control standards long before we ever ship it to your front door. We only create gallery-quality images, and you'll receive your print in perfect condition with a lifetime guarantee.
Nature doesn't mass-produce its jaw-dropping wonders.
So neither do we.