For the past two years I have been studying towards an HNC in Photography with the West Highland College - UHI under the tutelage of the fantatsic Simon Larson. I handed in my final assignment for the Graded Unit this afternoon and so have finished the course. Unfortunately, like so many things this year, our course fell foul of the Coronavirus pandemic and most notably in my case this had a huge impact of my ability to undertake the Graded Unit project. For this I had planned to undertake a photgraphic study of the Celtic Rainforest of Wester Ross during March to May. I did manage to get out for a few sessions prior to lockdown starting and I completed the process for the course as far as was possible. As part of my project plan I said I would produce a photobook of my shortlisted images, so I decided to make up a mock version in pdf format and it can be dowloaded free of charge here (file is 18.1MB).
For the course I was required to produce at least ten final images for assessment so by way of a small taster I have included them below.
Please feel free to submit feedback on the images above and the photobook. Also, if you have any queries please get in touch via my contact page. I hope you enjoy the photographs.
I am an amateur photographer who is also a Chartered Geographer with his own part-time consultancy business and I work as an estate manager for a national conservation charity in Scotland. I am based in Lochalsh, Wester Ross, Scotland, just next to the Isle of Skye.
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