Stormy Weather and Locations for Landscape and Infrared photography in Scotland
As a professional freelance corporate and event photographer in Edinburgh, Glasgow and around Scotland, things are starting to pick up a bit now with event photography and conference photography in Scotland restarting again. I have move nearer to Glasgow now to Kirkintilloch, this gives me some new subjects to photograph, although i do miss the sea. However, I now have loch Lomond and the Campsie Fells.
Recently we have had some really extreme and stormy weather and although this can be challenging and you often have to protect yourself first, there are some great photographic opportunities. I always loved photographing the waves in Dunbar and now have snow and mountains to photograph, in addition to living near a canal on the River Clyde. I also have new cities to photograph in Glasgow and Stirling, so plenty to keep me busy.
I wanted to talk briefly about storms, ie how can you photograph them in relation to still photography, to convey the drama, you could take a photo os flying derbris or people battling their way through the elements, however one of the best things to photograph in a storm is the period just before the big event, where the sky is often dramatic and very changeable. The photo I have featured in this blog shows the sky at Southbank Marina Kirkintilloch just before the big storm we had on wednesday 16th February. The clouds were battling with the sun rays and to add to the photo, my infrared converted camera caught the sun rays effectively to give the image more drama.
So get out there and take photos, but be careful.
Until next time.
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