I am a GP in the Borders.
My husband (www.jamesfrostphotography.com) and I have been travelling throughout the world and photographing for many years. My particular interest is documentary type photography, in particular in India and South East Asia.
I started with a Canon 1000F in the early 1990s and eventually went digital in 2007. I currently use a Canon 1DX DSLR and Fuji X-T2 I use a variety of Canon and Zeiss lenses. I predominantly use Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop CS and have done some AV work using Proshow Gold.
I print with an Epson 3000 using Fotospeed, Hahnemuhle and Canson
I also have a Hasselblad Xpan and Hasselblad 501 CM Medium Format with 80mm lens which I will use for more specific projects
I am a member of the Royal Photographic Society, being awarded my LRPS in 2003 and then subsequently my ARPS in 2005. This was achieved in the Travel Category for a panel documenting South East Asian Children. I achieved my FRPS in 2014 with a Travel Panel showing images of Bara Bazar Kolkata.
My husband and I are active in the Scottish Region, my husand being Regional Organiser for the Region. I sit on the Licentiate Panel, and the Associate and Fellowship Travel Panels of the RPS. I organise the Digital Portfolio Group within the Travel Group of the RPS.