Landscape Infrared and Newspaper and PR Photography in Scotland

February 03, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

Hi Everyone

 

Another good week, out photographing some more infrared in the hills, as part of my infrared in Scotland project.  I went to Flotterstone in Midlothian in the hope of catching some snow on the hills, but most of it was gone by then.  This begs the question, how exactly does snow react to infrared photography, or the other way round, if you know what I mean, because infrared photos, especially black and white create the effect of snow when it is not snowing, the answer is that you can still tell when its snowing and you tend to get a more glowing effect when there is snow.  Its still good to try and get some trees which aren't covered in snow, as you will need the sun reflecting on the green to create the dramatic effect.  There are a number of images on my website at www.colinwrightphotography.co.uk which demonstrate the infrared effect in snow, including my Highland Cow photo which is for sale at 15% discount if you click on the front page of my website above.  However, just to confuse things I will leave you with a photo that wasn't taken in the snow from Flotterstone, taken on friday.  Other things on this week, include a PR press launch photography for the vintage car photo I took earlier on in the year at Scone Palace in Perthshire and corporate headshot photography in Edinburgh.

 

Anyway, until next time 

 

Kind Regards

 

Colin

 

Colin Wright Photography


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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland

Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland

www.colinwrightphotography.co.uk

info@colinwrightphotography.co.uk

 

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