As the lock down constraints become more stringent, I am turning to reviewing and working on previously captured images.  This is no bad thing given the number of photographs I have taken of the reeds of Loch Cill Chriosd over the past two years.

I belong to a very small camera club that met virtually on Friday evening.  I showed some of my recent images which I had taken during the winter on Skye (shared previously on this blog).  There had been a couple of days respite from the interminable wet weather and I was pleased with what I was able to produce in a short space of time. During the meeting I showed this image:

Reeds 2 – Alison Price, February 2020

It was suggested that I might consider cropping the image differently and present it as a portrait panel.  I liked this idea and decided to experiment.  Given the detail in the image, it took a while to re-crop in a way that worked most effectively.

Reeds 2 (Portrait Panel) – Alison Price, February 2020

Although my Exhibition is unlikely to go ahead in early May, this led me to think about producing some of these images, in this format, as a series:

Reeds 4 (Portrait Format – Alison Price, March 2020

Reeds 5 (Portrait Format) – Alison Price, October 2018

Reeds 5 (Portrait Format) – Alison Price, July 20109

I need to do some more thinking and work on the images but I think I may have an idea for future exhibition pieces.  Do leave me a comment if you have any thoughts . . .

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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