Taken with a 600mm lens through a Geordie atmosphere.
Wednesday, 10 January 2018
Thursday, 4 January 2018
Tuesday, 5 December 2017
It has taken me an age to get round to processing images from my recent trip to Harris - partly because I have been distracted by otters, kingfishers, foxes, hawfinches etc since I got back. Some of my fellow photographers on the trip were much more prompt, and more skilled. You can see images on their websites from Phil Johnson and Andy Holliman. Some of the others also haven't quite got round to posting their photos but if they do I'll posts links here.
Saturday, 28 October 2017
I recently returned from a trip to Harris with Light & Land, led by Doug Chinnery and Terry Gibbins. It was a very enjoyable week but with challenging weather. Given that the emphasis was on impressionistic landscape photography with intentional camera movement and multiple exposure this wasn't too bad but it was very windy throughout and we didn't see a sunrise or sunset all week. Harris is a wonderful and beautiful place and it was a pleasure to be free of the tripod (for most of the time). I didn't really come away with any very memorable images but it was good to practice these techniques with expert help. These three images give a flavour of what we were up to. I'll process and post more in the coming days. I am inspired to spend more time on my local North East coast this autumn to practice both techniques.