Kutch

Kutch
April 18, 2012 Calverts

Kutch

Intrepid traveller and photographer Michael Thomas's Elusive India: Kutch, published under Michael's Pipal Press imprint, is a beautiful photodocumentary about a remarkable region of India, ten years after a powerful earthquake which caused enormous damage and suffering.

For digital printing 200 copies on Calverts KM 8000 press, we tested Michael's greyscale images on a number of stocks – including Colorplan and Olin – before settling on 150gsm and 240gsm Munken Lynx Smooth, a soft white, tactile woodfree uncoated paper from Robert Horne. After a single round of proofing and adjustments to greyscale curves for three or four pictures, the end results are stunning.

ISBN 978-0-9563813-1-6

210mm x 210mm, 72pp

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