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The Making Of: The Tower of Kinnoull Hill

Cat Burton - The Tower Of Kinnoull Hill

Ahh Kinnoull Hill – my favourite place in Perth. Ever since I photographed this tower for the first time on new year’s day this year, I knew I wanted to do *something* a bit fantasy with it.

It’s taken numerous visits to get the right foliage, the right clouds, the right atmosphere, but I finally made it! Never give up on your ideas – just have patience and wait for the right moment and you’ll get there eventually!

The base tower shot was taken with the Sony A7II in combination with the Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 (A-Mount + adapter). After a brief edit in Lightroom, the final image was created in Photoshop. Full details on all my photographic equipment can be found on the Gear page if you’d like to know more about my setup.

This image is available as a limited edition (of 30) signed A2 print (framed or unframed). Printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper, using Epson Ultra Chrome HD ink, the limited edition print is of a beautiful finish and stunning archival quality. There are also smaller open edition copies available printed on A4 of the same paper. For full details on prints & remaining availability, please contact me.

If you would like to see this print in person, don’t forget I have a gallery exhibition for the entire of September at Ocean Terminal in Edinburgh, where this will be on display. I will also be participating in Perthshire Open Studios from 2nd-10th September where you’ll be able to see my works up close and I’ll be happy to show you how they are made.

For more images, check out my portfolio.

Cat Burton - The Tower Of Kinnoull Hill
Cat Burton – The Tower Of Kinnoull Hill

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