We spent a glorious afternoon on the beach at Seilebost where I tried, without a great deal of success, to photograph something a little more individual. And then it was back to Traigh Rosamol for a glorious blue dusk.
I, along with a group of great enthusiasts, participated in a weekend photo workshop, Fast and Furious, in the historic market town of Ludlow. Our tutors were the talented and passionate Paul Hill and Maria Falconer.
We were set various challenges of topics to photograph, given usually only half an hour to take the pictures and little time to process them, hence 'Fast and Furious'. We normally had to present one image from each topic for projection and critique from Paul, Maria and the group.
There was also a group challenge where 5 of us had to think and take a picture to illustrate the premise 'Fast and Furious'. I will not be showing this picture in this blog.
Although we were usually allowed only one photo to present, I am a lousy editor of my own work, and on reflection would probably chosen a different image to show. So I am giving my alternatives as well here.
On the Sunday morning we went to see Paul's exhibition of his early Ludlow photographs and his col…
On the third day of the workshop we made a foray into Lewis to photograph the rock arch at Rubha na Beirghe and spend sunset at the megalithic Callanish Stones. In between we went to Dalmore Beach and Callanish II which lies a little way away from Callanish I, the main site, above Loch Ceann Hulabhaig. Again there was little cloud in the sky. I took a Lensbaby to make some more interesting pictures of the arch and stones, as well as the straight ones.