Debbie Islett – Hebrides
Well, I wonder if you are all doing the same thing that I did when Debbies images came through to me. Each time she sent one over it stopped me in my tracks. Debbie is, in my opinion, a lady with a pure and natural talent for photography. I couldn't just pick one image so I chose 4 to show you all.
She has a vision which is so unique that it was amazing to think that these images were shot on the same trip as we were all on.
One of the things that is hardest as a photographer is getting away from things you have seen before, pre conceived ideas of what and how to shoot. We are so influenced by what we have seen that is becomes hard to distance from that. Yet Debbie appears to demonstrate perfectly what a unique vision looks like. This runs through her capture and her post processing as well. There is an effortless uniqueness and a strength there that I am sure many of us aspire to. I know I do!
Debbie, please keep doing what you do naturally and keep creating these stunning images that are a document of your view of the world and that just seep depth and quality.
I hope to watch your photography develop Debbie…. and have a feeling you will go far.
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