Urban Photography Glasgow, Photographing Puddles.
As things start to get back to a sort of a semi normal state, I have been getting enquiries for corporate and event photography in Glasgow and Edinburgh and I have an award ceremony photoshoot booked in Edinburgh next month amongst other things. As I have now moved to Kirkintilloch, I am pretty much next to Glasgow and I was out at the weekend getting some urban photography images. The weather was pretty awful but there is always a cloud under the silver lining and I was able to shoot some puddle photos in the centre of the city. I started puddle photography as a student and had a bit of a reputation for it at the time, with fewer people doing it then than now and I have always enjoyed shooting from the ground up. I loved it and although you look a bit daft (that has never bothered me anyway) it is a great way to get some unique low angle photos with really creative reflections. I also like to convert to black and white and try infrared photography where possible (ie if you are lucky enough to get some sun after the showers). Glasgow is a really interesting city to photograph with lots of glass architecture, people buzzing around and landmarks. You have to be careful mind you as most of the puddles are in the gutter, make sure you don't get knocked down and keep your gear dry Hope to do more soon.
Anyway, until next time.
Colin Wright Photography
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