New Horizons for Professional Infrared and Landscape Photographers in Scotland
Now that I have moved I have been investigating the area for photographic potential. Having moved to Kirkintilloch we have discovered some great walks and opportunities for photography throughout East Dunbartonshire. The Campsie Fells is also an area new to me and it looks like it has a lot of potential for infrared photography, particularly at this time of the year with the trees and foliage still around. There is a rich countryside with a variety of potential subjects suitable for infrared and landscape photography in Scotland. In addition, I am still in the perfect position for corporate and event photography in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Central Scotland. The conference photography commissions are a still bit quiet at the moment, due to covid, however, the PR and sport is starting to kick off now. I will also be continuing my urban photography project in Glasgow and the Clyde in particular. So plenty going on. I also intend to invest in some more lenses and possibly a new Canon body and possibly some infrared equipment.
So, until next time.
Keywords: corporate and event photography in edinburgh, glasgow and central scotland, infrared and landscape photography in scotland, urban photography glasgow
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