I had a 1-2-1 with my tutor yesterday to discuss my ideas for my Work in Progress Portfolio for Informing Contexts.  The advice was to experiment with something different and take a step back.  To perhaps incorporate some details within a wider format and try a triptych approach.

My plan was to go out early and spend a good amount of time between Loch Cill Chrisd and the Black Cuillin.  However, the weather has been very poor most of the day with heavy rain and poor visibility.  Even so, I decided to venture out.  Given the conditions I chose to focus on the ‘Trees’ option.  You will see from the images that it was a very bad day for photography.  I widened out my view by putting on my 50mm lens.  Whilst some might not consider this to be very wide it was my first step to working in this way and the light was very poor.

Whilst I am not happy with these images, I do want to record my journey so here are my first attempts.  I hope to go out tomorrow if the weather improves:

Trees 1 – Alison Price, February 2019

Trees 2 – Alison Price, February 2019

Trees 3 – Alison Price, February 2019

Trees 4 – Alison Price, February 2019

Feedback as always is welcome.

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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