Daniel specializes in edition limited fine art pigment prints on Hahnemühle Photo Rag; a 100% cotton rag paper optimized for high-end photographic output. He shoots exclusively with a Hasselblad medium format digital camera that produces files of exceptional subtlety and detail. The resulting 60 mb RAW file allows for large and oversized output that maintain all the clarity and definition apparent in his portfolio proofs.
Modern profile Larson Juhl frames are the most frequent choice for framing, matted or float presentation options are available. Framing specs adhere to strict archival standards and feature Museum Glass or Optium Museum Acrylic by Tru Vue. They offer maximum clarity and true color rendering; the highest brightness and contrast levels, and the greatest color neutrality. Optium Museum Acrylic has similar anti-reflective properties as Museum Glass with less weight. .
Most recently Sutherland Studio has begun offering oversized dye-sublimation and thermal UV prints on fabric. The artwork is mounted to an aluminum structure for a frameless presentation that does not require matting or glass. The heavyweight fabric is 100% opaque with a smooth surface texture resulting in gorgeous light-fast continuous tone prints that avoid the undesirable “photography on canvas” look. These works are perfect for large scale applications where weight or reflection may be a concern and inspired imagery is desired. A recent installation featured a 90x105 inch print attached to an art lift that conceals a TV. Customized sizes are available by commision.
Sutherland Studio consults directly with interior designers, architects and clients to create solutions for today’s larger walls and minimalist coastal aesthetic.