June 28, 2008

Scotland 2008 Part XXXIV: An Evening in the Hermitage, Dunkeld

Digital original, 2 frame exposure blend
The last evening that R_ and I had to work together before her departure from Scotland was spent exploring the Hermitage, a National Park with a great waterfall and an old bridge.
Digital original, 15 frame stitch
Once we'd explored the areas some, it was apparent there were some great sections of the river just off the beaten path - which is where R_ and I headed without hesitation.

The water-carved dip in the rocks was such a perfect place to place a model, and R_ was more than willing to explore the possibilities…however it was only once she had been thoroughly covered in midge repellent that she actually managed to find a pose she could hold long enough to make an image.
Digital original, 4 frame exposure blend, 2 frame stitch
After working with the water-carved rock, we moved a little further downstream, and made some images of R_ in the river proper, with the evening sky reflected in the swift moving river. With a suitably long shutter speed, the water blurred beautifully, creating a really pleasing image.
Digital original, 12 frame stitch
This image was made at the end of my the second last session R_ in Scotland. We'd finished up working in the river, but couldn't head back to the B&B without making a series of photographs on this wonderful moss-kissed multi-layered rock.

One of the greatest wonders of working in Scotland was how late it was light - this image was made well after 10pm, and it was more than light enough to photograph with ease!

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