Stunning photographs

Lumitrix is an online gallery bringing fine-art photography to a wider audience. It has built an exciting and adventurous portfolio of photographers from around the world, some of them emerging talent, others well established artists.

Lumitrix offers selected works by these photographers as exclusive prints in four sizes, ranging from 25 prints for the largest size (A0) to 100 prints for the smallest format (A3). The gallery also offers a Lumiprint range, designed to offer the same quality of photography as the premium range but at really affordable prices. Lumiprint prints run in numbered editions of 500, are lithographically printed on high-quality matte silk paper and are all sized A1. The gallery of images is carefully curated, with regular additions of new images and photographers. Both of the print ranges are provided with handcrafted framing options.

The Lumitrix Living page allows buyers to see Lumitrix images hanging in stylish interiors all over the world. Tommy Clarke takes his striking aerial views from 90-degree angles, relying on natural light for an authentic shot. His work creates patterns out of containers, boats and sunbathers, and his coastal views take in Australian beaches, turbulent oceans and industrial structures. Cancun was shot in the famous resort, and the aerial view shows the steep angles of the waves the surfers are braving. The clarity of the shot and the sunlight mean the viewer doesn’t miss a ripple.

For more information:

The prize

Cancun competition collage

One winner will receive this Cancun image (left), worth £880, with a frameless effect for an ultra-modern finish. The image is mounted full bleed and borderless onto acrylic using silicon gel. The finished effect is lightweight, with deep saturated colours. It is supplied with an aluminium sub-frame that floats the panel from the wall.

Two runners-up will receive a Lumiprint worth £50 – Bondi Beach by Louisa Seton (middle), or Holly Wilmeth’s Yellow Butterfly (right).

Competition closes at midnight on 31st December