I have not been as productive or successful in making images this week.  I have lost my mojo a bit and been suffering with a bad back.  However, I was able to spend some time on a different part of the shore line on Loch Cill Chriosd (where the loch runs into a burn, which in turn feeds into the Broadford River) that I hope to return to soon.

I have also taken some more seascapes to ensure that if I decide to produce a mixed panel of images (ie not focusing entirely on the reeds and water lilies) then I have some to choose from.  I have continued to ‘paint’ with my camera inspired by painters such as J M W Turner.

I tried a few different techniques, in terms of using my camera as a paintbrush, some to give a sense of the Turner-esque (images 10, 11 and 13) and others to achieve a watercolour-type quality (images 14 and 15) by moving my camera very slowly and deliberately.  Other examples here give a sense of pastel paintings (image 12).  Interestingly, on the day I took this image the colour palette was quite different and Mediterranean-like in the wide range of tones and hues.

Slow Shutter Speed Reeds 47 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 10 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 11 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 12 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 13 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 14 – Alison Price, August 2019

Seascape 15 – Alison Price, August 2019

My favourites are 10 and 14 – what are yours?

Alison Price

Alison Price

My name is Alison Price and for the past ten years I have travelled the world photographing wildlife, including Alaska, Antarctica, Borneo, Botswana, the Canadian Arctic, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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