Original print, rag paper, pigment inks
28 x 26.5cm
Ian Chapman is a photographer and former sub-editor for the Financial Times. He is drawn to arrangements of abstract features within landscapes and buildings and in recent years has moved away from darkroom processes to embrace digital technology.
Each of his remarkable images was shot on an iPhone on location at Elisabeth Frink’s storage and were processed using Snapseed, a mobile phone app, and