The collection features a limited-edition set of platinum-palladium prints from some of Paul’s most recognised images based on his renowned Prenotations series from the 1970s. Prized for their rich, subtle tonal quality, wealth of fine detail and stability, the platinum-palladium prints provide a fresh interpretation of his original 35mm negatives.
The photos have been printed out to a larger scale to recognise and celebrate Paul’s compositions, and have been handcrafted with the assistance of contemporary technology at Loughborough University.
Paul has worked alongside the Studio of Light, a funded research group based in the School of Design and Creative Arts which has been exploring how to make platinum and palladium photographic prints using traditional, scientific, and digital technologies. The group consists of Alan Duncan, Ben Dolman, Professor Paul Kelly and Emeritus Professor Terence Kavanagh.