Return from the Wilderness for a Professional Photographer in Scotland
I have my first commission tomorrow after 3 months of virtual lockdown. After a whole load of corporate event and conference photography bookings were cancelled, it's good to get back to doing what I love ie being a professional photographer working in and around Edinburgh and throughout Scotland. Tomorrow i will be in my home county of East Lothian, where I will be photographing a classic car as a promotion next to Scotland's golf coast around this great county. I will be at Archerfield, Dirleton, Dunbar and Musselburgh Golf Club, I cant wait. I know some photographers who have taken a different approach during lockdown and who haven't really continued to shoot during this very difficult period, but although I had my moments of depression like everyone else, I have to keep taking photos and never failed to be motivated. My personal infrared project has also flourished during this time and I have made good progress on my infrared book, as well as providing a lot of new material for the publication. I also have extended my photography of harbours and waves and tried a topic new to infrared for me, namely photographing bees and insects in infrared. So all in all its been eventful, but i am eager to get back to some commercial PR and corporate photography and hopefully tomorrow will be the start of more to come. I hopefully have some motor sport photography in August and a wedding in September, so things are starting to look up.
Anyway, watch this space for more to come. Until next time.
Keywords: east lothian golf coast, event photography, infrared photography scotland, professional photographer scotland
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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