A salt marsh on Hog Island Bay, off the coast of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The tidal wetlands shown here play a very important part in the ecosystem & are home to a large variety of wetland flora.
At Altitude Gallery features the aerial landscape photography of Gordon Campbell, known for his unique approach of piloting an Ultralight plane over the Virginia coastal region while capturing incredible images. Using a dye sublimation process called ChromaLuxe Fine Art Printing, he then prints the photos on metal panels that come ready to hang with a back-mounted float frame. The result is a brilliant high-definition 12" x 18" signed print with 4 times the life of traditional photo paper & no extra cost for matting or framing.
Advantages of Metal Panel Printing
- Unsurpassed Clarity and Vibrancy
- Archival – 4x the life of traditional photo papers
- Durability - superior fade, moisture, stain, and scratch resistant properties. Simply wipe down the print with a microfiber cloth to keep dust free.
- Ready to Hang! Eliminate the additional expense of matting and framing. Child Safe – No Glass!
About the Artist
Flying low and slow above America's coastline is where aerial landscape photographer Gordon Campbell feels at home.
With only the sound of the engine pushing his light aircraft through the still air at speeds not much faster than a world class sprinter, Gordon Campbell captures the vibrancy, texture, dimension and fragility of our coastline in extreme detail.
Over the past 10 years he has covered much of the eastern coastline of the United States with an emphasis on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, nearby barrier island system and Chesapeake Bay.