Elgin cathedral art print by Riccardo Mottola. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Main entrance of the Cathedral in Elgin, Scotland. It was also called The Lantern of the North. The church was ruined after Reformation. Traces of... more
Main entrance of the Cathedral in Elgin, Scotland. It was also called "The Lantern of the North". The church was ruined after Reformation. Traces of the rose can be seen in the centre.
About Riccardo Mottola
I am interested in photography, mainly traditional photography. I use film and manual cameras since I was 8 years old. My father photographs, my grand-father was a photographer and taught me the essentials of shooting and processing, my great-grandfather took pictures and I am proud to have and use his cameras.
Today, in certain occasions, I side classic cameras with digital cameras, albeit I strictly use them without manipulation. Especially for aerial photography digital is an useful companion. I mark images strictly with the medium they were taken in.
Black-and-white images are shot on film, developed by me and either scanned or printed by me.