Re-visiting Locations for the Infrared Photography in Scotland Book
Recently I have been revisiting locations I haven’t been for a while to try and improve and or do something entirely different at the location. As it appears I will have a few professional corporate photography commissions coming up in Scotland soon and now is a good time to try and utilise the free time for my fine art photography. it is important to try and develop what you did on previous occasions and to find new areas to interpret the scene. This time I visited the Bridges at South Queensferry. Of course as a photographer, every time you visit a location, the sky is different and this should present you with new options, particularly for infrared photographers. There are also different vantage points to consider, how you can edit the photo in a different way, maybe you have new software, or in my case, I have learned some new photoshop skills during the lockdown. I decided to change my vantage points for this photoshoot, including lower angled photos, I also managed to get access to parts of the harbour I hadn’t visited before. So there are always new angles to be considered. To summarise, the more you visit a location, the more you can reach perfection with the photo.
So happy photographing everyone.
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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