Margaret Ford – Hebrides


Margaret has an incredibly individual eye in her photography. I can see it run through all her images taken on the trip and it is another example of how each of us captures a scene in a particular way because our style is truly within ourselves. If we try and force it into someone else’s way of shooting because we admire that person, it somehow doesn’t work long term. Margaret has a beautifully minimalist and string vision which is most definitely her own.

I chose Margaret’s instagram account as one that showed a real definite style and consistency coming through and I think that this image fits well with that. I love the high contrast in the processing. I also love the boldness, certainty, contemporary feel and the strong, defined lines. Paul is probably the better person to comment on this one but for me, I love it because it's so Margaret. A strong lady with a definite vision all wrapped up in a lovely soft personality.


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