Utilising Down Time and Re-visiting Earlier Fine Art Photography, Glasgow, Scotland
A quick blog today, as we are all limited at the moment, with very little corporate photography commissions in Edinburgh, Glasgow and around Scotland, this is a good time to re-visit some earlier photos, to give them a fresh edit and a new perspective. I photograph bungee photography events in Glasgow and I often have the opportunity to take a few infrared photos while I am at the Riverside Museum location on the River Clyde, Glasgow, my favourite urban locations in Scotland. This image was taken earlier in the morning, hence the good light and shadows and I decided on a fresh different colour edit, with an emphasis on red. one of the things I like about infrared photography is the ability to change the colours in a natural way with our spending ages on the edit, whilst at the same time keeping it real. It is vital during this difficult time that we try to keep creative and use at least some of the time in an effective way. That said, I can't wait to travel around Scotland soon.
See you soon.
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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