Photographer David Corio recalls, "I had arranged to photograph James Brown (or Mister Brown as he insisted on being addressed) at mid-day at the Shepherd’s Bush Hilton but when I arrived, he was having his hair done. Journalist Stuart Cosgrove and I waited in the lobby for over an hour but Mr. Brown then decided to go shopping.We were still unable to see him when he returned as his hair had to be styled again. Stuart and I were then instructed to meet him at the sound-check later that day. We got there and discovered that Mr. Brown had not done a sound-check in over 30 years! Finally we were allowed into his dressing room where he was having his hair done again before the show. He looked rather sweet in red curlers. Stuart got to interview him but the Godfather of Soul warned me if I got my camera out, both it and I were going straight out of the third floor window. I tried to persuade him to do some shots before he went onstage. I told him the photos would only take a minute and he agreed to do them after the show. It was after midnight by the time I returned to the dressing room. Mr. Brown’s hair had just been coiffed yet again. He looked at me, then at his watch and said, 'Go!' He was giving me exactly sixty seconds. 'You keep to your promise and I’ll keep to mine,' he said."
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A Giclee print is the most common way of producing collectable prints in the digital age. It is produced is by scanning an original negative or optimising a digital file.The image is then out-putted on various mediums using archival inks. Fine quality coated papers are used to make delicate, beautiful archival prints.
Archival 310gsm cotton based rag papers have lead the way in meeting the needs of professional fine art printers. Photographers and print-makers alike can rely on these new papers to produce the highest quality images they have come to know and love.
With no optical brighteners and the longevity, image stability and a clean matt surface required for the very best in fine art printing, Smooth Cotton Rag is offered as the perfect choice for crisp detail, while the Textured Cotton range features a contoured surface for enhanced creative expression.
A3 (11.7" x 16.5" inches) (29.7 cm x 42.0 cm)
A2 (16.5" x 23.4" inches) (42.0 cm x 59.4 cm)
A1 (23.4" x 33.1" inches) (59.4 cm x 84.1 cm)
A0 (33.1" x 46.8" inches) (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm)
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