Ideas for Projects During the Pandemic for Photographers in Scotland
One of the things I have found about this strange time as a professional corporate and event photographer based in Scotland is that I had to find other things to photograph, particularly since I am a specialist conference photographer and there hasn't been a conference for over a year now. So what did I do, for one, I couldn't travel to the same extent, so I concentrated on my local area and more importantly I adapted my projects to may daily routines. As you will know I have an ongoing project relating to infrared photography and I have managed to use this genre in unusual ways, so if I am going to take my boy to a skateboard park, I will photograph him in infrared. Likewise any insect shots and spring photos of chick hatchings in Dunbar have been taken in infrared, sometimes the results are fairly striking, so it is worth it in the end. Often I am looking to create something surreal in a typical infrared way, however sometimes it will be difficult to tell that the shot was taken in infrared and all you will be left with is a high contrast black and white photo with excellent dynamic range.
So onwards and upwards. Now that things are moving a bit, I will be photographing conferences in Scotland soon. However, I will continue with my local infrared project.
Until next time.
All the best
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