Many thanks for visiting the blog of Eva McDermott.
Here is an article in the Boothbay Register about me and my show at the Southport Library, Southport, Maine. If visiting the mid coast Maine area, be sure to stop by. Library hours are Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturday 9 - 4 and Tuesday and Thursday evenings 7 - 9. For those who can't see the show, I put together a Southport Library Show Gallery on my website with the 48 images that are displayed there. http://www.evamcdermottphotography.com/p678606710 Thanks for having a look.
So just to inform everyone, I currently have a solo show at The Fist Bank in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Here is a link to an article in the Boothbay Register. http://www.boothbayregister.com/article/eva-mcdermotts-photography-first/15483 Thanks for having a look. Most of my images at The First, showcase the beauty of the Boothbay area but this show also includes others I have taken in Nova Scotia, Norway, and Scotland. The show goes on for the months of June and July. So if you are visiting mid coast Maine, please stop by for a look. Thank you!
The Maine Photography Show is the annual premier juried gallery show of photography in Maine. It is organized by The Boothbay Region Art Foundation (BRAF) of which I am a member. This year's juror for MPS 2013 is the nationally known nature photographer Tony Sweet.
If anyone is interested, the show details are listed below my selected image, Celestial.
My processed film from my Scotland trip arrived the other day and I have started to scan, process, and upload some images. The first was taken at sunrise on Durness Beach, Sutherland Scotland on a Transient Light Masterclass with Ian Cameron and three other fellow photographers. I was delighted with the outcome of this image. While the brilliant light of the sun my not be to everyone's liking, it does express the glorious light and color I experienced that wonderful morning. After getting up at 2:30 AM, that light and color made it all worth it.
I just returned from an amazing trip to Caithness and Sutherland in the north of Scotland on a Transient Light Master Class with Ian Cameron and three other wonderful folk. Great company, amazing light, and beautiful weather..... what more can you ask for? Cotton candy pink clouds floating above a glowing Ben Loyal as the sun set.