Looking at the Finer Details for Professional Photographers in Scotland
As a professional fine art and corporate photographer working in and around Edinburgh and throughout Scotland, the lockdown and subsequent effects of this crisis has had an effect on my life and work, but throughout this period I have never lost my enthusiasm for photography. It has just taken on a different format. As you know I am an infrared photographer, working on a project to highlight infrared photography in Scotland. While looking for something different to do, I decided to expand my infrared collection to include insects, particularly bees and wasps and this combined with the fantastic colours of plants at this time of year has produced some interesting results. With infrared, you never know what the final results will be, especially with colour infrared and this time, I was pleasantly surprised, as most of the original colours came out entirely different in infrared. Let me know what you think. I am desperate to get out there and do some corporate photography work in Edinburgh and there are some signs that this could happen in the near future.
Anyway, stay safe.
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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