A Hebridean Retrospective

30 years of Landscape Photography

16th April 7:30-9:30pm

A Hebridean Retrospective

30 years of Landscape Photography

16th April 7:30-9:30pm

A curious map on the inner sleeve of a record cover led photographer Richard Weston to the Outer Hebrides and 30 year long love affair with the landscape.  In this retrospective Richard looks back at those first seeds of inspiration, initially working with film in 35mm, medium format and large format cameras.  He talks about how the images were created and produced in the darkroom and the techniques used to produce exhibition quality prints.  

Short clip from the 'Edge Of The World' video blog

In later years Richard switched to digital photography before returning one last time in 2016 to close this chapter of his photographic career with his final exhibition and book, ‘Edge Of The World’

Find out how these images were created and the personal stories behind them, from the Cullin Mountains of Skye to the wild open Atlantic shores of North Uist and Benbecula.  Richard’s work is both evocative and personal and captures a landscape that has been forever changing to fit the modern world.

 

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