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SUBJECT, PHOTOGRAPHER, VIEWER

Dordogne Barn

I made this simple image of a barn among trees in a spring meadow during a trip to the Dordogne several years ago. I had spent a particularly relaxing and creative week shooting landscapes while travelling south through France. This picturesque scene was overflowing with visual metaphors. A spring meadow celebrating new beginnings, vibrant greenery, cherry blossom and the iconic barn symbolizing man’s harnessing of nature. Continue reading »

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A FLEETING OPPORTUNITY

LOCH GARRY

The slow methodical approach of the large-format photographer has much to offer the inquisitive SLR user. Taking more time over our photography, adopting a more disciplined workflow and meticulous attention to composition can help us to create compelling imagery. Continue reading »

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LOCHAN NA H’ACHLAISE BY TORCHLIGHT

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I was travelling up to Glencoe and had hoped to get to this wonderful loch before sunset. I arrived an hour too late. Not to be deterred in my quest for a magical image in the blackness of darkening twilight, I decided to create my own illumination using a large hand-held torch.

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