Prion Bay, South Coast Track

Prion Bay, South Coast Track

Southwest National Park, Tasmania

Prion Bay, South Coast Track

Photographic Prints

  • Print size


    564mm (22.2inch)


    336mm (13.2inch)


    300 Pixels/Inch

  • Ratio

    Landscape Width / Height: 1.68

  • Printing details


    Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310gsm - a premium semi-gloss photo paper.

  • Inks

    High quality archival pigment inks.

  • Border

    A 25mm margin (a white border) is applied to all edges. This border is added to the size listed.

  • Watermark

    All watermarks are removed from photographic prints.

  • Packaging

    Prints are packaged in a clear archival sleeve that is rolled and shipped in a mailing tube.

  • Shipping

    Australian postage is free, international shipping is also available

  • Framing

    Framing is not supplied, however can be arranged through Tasmanian-based suppliers at retail cost. Additional shipping costs apply, and delivery time is extended.

Technical Details

Camera settings

  • Camera

    Sony a7r

  • Lens

    Samyang (Rokinon) 14mm f2.8

  • Exposure

    1/250th second

  • Aperture


  • ISO


  • Digital details

    Dimensions: 6659px x 3971px

    Megapixels: 26.44mp


  • Photographic

    3 shot vertical panorama. 3 bracketed exposures (2 stop). 9 individual photographs.

  • Processing

    Raw bracketed exposures combined in Lightroom using custom linear profiles. Panorama merged and edited in Photoshop.


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