A small update called “A Light in the Darkness.”
More coming soon.
On the weekend, a colleague and I got the chance to go up into the Scottish Highlands to photograph the scenery.
Upon arriving, my colleague and I stumbled across a small intimate village beside a long stretch of lake. We spoke to some of the locals about any great locations for a photo shoot that they could recommend. And this lead us uphill into a beautiful area of grass stretching across multiple hills. However, neither of us were expecting to witness the majesty as you are able to see in the photographs below.
Never before have I seen horses in the flesh, let alone wild horses. It was truly a wondrous sight to behold. And I’m glad I could capture their beauty to show all of you lovely folks of the interwebs.
This is Day 2 of my recent visit to Mongolia. You can view the photographs I took from Day 1 by clicking the following link, and the photographs from Day 2 by clicking this link.
This is Day 3 of my visit to Mongolia, and unlike Day 2 with my adventure to the desert, this is a new adventure to central Mongolia. It’s regions like this that makes my love of travelling a much more joyous experience. Open plains, wild tundra, snow topped mountains, and quaint little settlements, and villages right in the heart of it all… I absolutely love it. As a photographer, it’s a dream location to have a photo shoot. And believe me when I say this; the air here is as fresh as air can be! Every breath I take is almost like a detox for my lungs, haha.
I hope you enjoy my photographs, and hopefully I’ll be able to have one more set of photos to show off, provided I have the time.
So I’ve finally gotten back behind the camera and taken some photos, so here’s the first of some brand new photography that I’ve taken. With this photo, I liked the idea of combining photography and water paint as I’ve seen it done before to great effect. To achieve the water paint effect, I used Coral Painter 12 as it has some nifty little tools which are much superior than doing so by hand. That said, this is by no means an original idea, however, it’s a cool idea nonetheless.