the Kelpies in Infrared by professional fine art photographer Scotland Colin Wright
A quick blog post. continuing in my quest to boost my infrared photography collection, to enable me to publish my Infrared Photography in Scotland book in the near future, I paid a second visit this year to the Kelpies in Falkirk. The weather was ideal for infrared photography with some blue sky and cloud and plenty of sunshine, there was even some dark skies and a storm about to start. I lost my polarising filter, which dropped into the lake, but it was worth it. Why is the Kelpies one of my favourite locations, well the metall surface of the installation is ideal for infrared light reflection for a start. Often as a professional event and corporate photographer working in Edinburgh and around Scotland, I am looking to include infrared images with the commission and this location is ideal. A storm was also brewing which created dramatic skies and the location also has a river, creating dark reflections on water, which is ideal, in addition there are boats and trees, all of which makes it a fascinating place to visit. So drop on over to the website and let me know what you think of the photos.
All the best.
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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