Work is currently underway on a photography book that brings images together from a number of trips to the Highlands of Scotland and Skye.
This landscape and documentary photography project follow a number of routes through Scotland from the borders through to the highlands and the Hebrides.
Much like the Norfolk project, this is a photography project with no end date. I imagine that it will be a ‘work in progress’ until the time I can no longer physically continue to take images.
The scope of photography is huge. So far the images cover mostly a narrow area of the Highlands and Skye, but the aim is to add more areas in the future. Fortunately, the Scottish Borders are around an hour’s drive from where I live, so the opportunity to regularly continue the photography in southern Scotland is there.
The northern areas also include plenty of potential too with the Outer Hebrides being one area of interest for future project development. It’s going to be a great project to contribute to over the coming years.
The book will feature over 50+ pages, around 40 images and has been designed in a large landscape 13×11 (33x28cm) large landscape format.
Decisions about the image content still need to be made but the first Scotland book will contain images shot from 2012 through to 2015.
The book will be available via the Blurb website, with an additional iPad edition/eBook available from Blurb and the iTunes iBookstore.
The provisional release date for the book is set for late 2020.
Above is an example of the book cover. The images will remain but changes to the title and other text will be made.
More news and book updates coming to this page soon.
The book will be released using the Blurb service and will be in a 13×11 (33x28cm) large landscape hardcover format.
The expected release date is to be confirmed. The book purchase price is still also to be confirmed.