I remember when I photographed this, early 2000, in New York City, Washington Heights. This was a live, active fire. I heard about this fire over the police scanner, grabbed my film camera, loaded up with Ilford HP5 400, pushed to 800; those were the days! I developed my own b&w film back then, on my kitchen table and scanned the negatives with a film scanner. These firemen bravely rescued residents. - Sabrina Hartel Lonzo.
More about the image itself:
This is an archive-worthy ink and photo paper enrich photographic poster. A premium hardware inclusion on the backside guarantees clean hanging; making sure that the premium horizontal poster’s design comes across as it should. The framing is made of MDF - a move pointing toward ecological friendliness.
.: LexJet Premium 200 gsm paper
.: Protective acrylic cover
.: Frames available in black, walnut and white finishes
.: Hanging kit already fixed
.: Matte paper finish
|14″ × 11″||20" × 16"||30" × 20"|