Park City Mountain

Mattias Fredriksson

  • 50x70cm
  • Fine Paper Print
Park City Mountain by Mattias Fredriksson.
Mattias Fredriksson: "A really slow chairlift was running straight above this S-rail in Park City, Utah. I had not brought my camera with me, so when I saw this possibility I realized that I had to head back to the truck and get it. The lift was about to close when I finally had my camera and also had figured out the timing when the skier was on the rail right under the chair. It took quite a lot of convincing for us to get one last ride up. Henrik Windstedt nailed the railing and I got the shot from the perfect position. This was my first cover for Powder Magazine back in 2006, and it is still today one of my favourite photos."
Product Information
- The image is printed with 4 colors in an 8-color Roland UV-Led offset printing press. Printing black and white images with 4 colors gets a deeper black and more shades of grey, which creates an almost three-dimensional look of the image.
- Printed on a 300 gsm thick rough uncoated paper, both FSC™ and PEFC certified.
- The optional black frame is made in Sweden, it's mounted with real glass and comes with an acid-free back cover. The glass has an UV protection that protects the photograph from harmful UV rays.
- With the frame, an off-white 1.8 mm thick acid free passe-partout is included. The brackets on the back of the frame makes it easy for you to mount the image.
- You have the option to order the print framed and sealed. Which means that we will frame the print for you and seal it with an acid free tape on the back. Which protects the print from dust & dirt.
About Mattias Fredriksson
Mattias Fredriksson is one of the most prolific adventure photographers of our time. For the past 25 years, he has travelled the world with the top outdoor athletes in several sports on assignment for a wide array of editorial and commercial clients. These globe-circling travels have yielded an impressive body of work that combines subtleties of natural light and motion to create a potent mix of quiet alpine moments, intense screaming action, and creative portraiture.