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Danakil II

Dave Watts

Shot in the Danakil Depression of Ethiopia, these soldiers walk through the hottest place on earth whilst looking like they are on a lunar landscape.


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Draw the viewer's eye initially to the figures of the soldiers in a black frame, and then let the beauty of the image come into view.

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Print Details

What is the difference? A collector's piece
Professionally printed using Lambda/Lightjet printers
Archival paper -acid free, museum grade & high endurance
A more affordable alternative
Commercial batch printing
Logo & photographers name on print
Printing method Digital C type prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Paper Lithographic on 250gsm silk paper
Editions A0 25
A1 50
A2 75
A3 100
A1 500
Details Print will have a 1" white border around image
Framed print will be full bleed, therefore borderless
Issued with a Certificate of Authenticity that numbers the edition and verifies its provenance
No logo or photographers name on print
Edition sticker on back of print.
A guide to delivery A0 £20 UK, £25 Europe, £32 Worldwide
A1 £15 UK, £22 Europe, £32 Worldwide
A2 £15 UK, £22 Europe, £32 Worldwide
A3 £9.50 UK, £18 Europe, £25 Worldwide
UK £7.97 1 to 2 business days
Europe £12.57 2 to 5 days
Rest of World £14.82 5 to 7 days

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A bit more on: Dave Watts

Dave Watts is a British photographer whose images combine beauty with a sense of the unexpected. Much of his work takes a startlingly fresh look at places of uncertainty around the world. Dave is also the recipient of numerous photography awards including the Sony World Photography Award. He lives with his family in Somerset.

Preferred Style


Preferred Camera

For digital photography I have always used Nikons, the latest of which is a D800.

Quick Questions

Where do you live?

I've just moved back to Somerset from London. I grew up in Somerset so I’m biased, but it’s full of lovely people, cheese & cider.

Describe your design process?

Ad-hoc. While I do work on specific projects, most of my photographs are taken while on a wander, waiting for that decisive moment.

And your style?

Global, unexpected.

What’s been your biggest challenge?


Who are your artistic heroes?

Elliot Erwitt, Cartier-Bresson, Mary Ellen Mark, Johan Bendiksen, Marc Riboud, Bruce Davidson, Don McCullin, Martin Parr, Man Ray, Dali …

Describe your first break.

One of the photographs I have with Lumitrix, Persepolis, won a Sony World Photography Award and the Wanderlust Travel Photograph of the Year, both of which gave me a lot of exposure and confidence.

Where were you first published?

The first piece I had published was in the Financial Times How to Spend It magazine and was on heli-skiing in Georgia. If only all jobs since had been that fun!

What advice would you give younger photographers?

Developing your own style is key to being recognised in photography, so I would definitely say to keep this in mind. Also, go to as many exhibitions as you can. And never leave your camera at home.

Describe the best party you have ever been to.

Notting Hill Carnival a few years ago. We had a flat party that got a bit out of hand, and the ceiling in the shop below collapsed.

What excites you and what angers you?

Good food and DIY.  

What is a good life?

A happy one.

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