A presentation by Malcolm MacGregor FRPS FRGS
Sunday, 19th November 14.30 (UK time)
This presentation is about landscape photography in the Namib Desert and the Skeleton Coast, the main desert region of Namibia, which resulted in Malcolm’s latest book ‘The Namib’.
He aims to show what he tries to look for in the landscape, when embarking on a specific photographic project. It is not so much the image itself, but a feeling for space, light, connectedness, and intensity. Bringing the known and the unknown features of the Namib Desert and Skeleton Coast to life through photography.
Malcolm is an international landscape photographer, based in Scotland, who has worked in many parts of the world. His first book Wilderness Oman was published in 2002. This was followed by The Outer Hebrides and Mull, Iona and Staffa. He then worked on other projects in Oman and for the HALO Trust, a mine-clearance charity travelling to many war-torn countries. In calmer times he has photographed many heritage sites in Scotland such as castles and gardens. The Namib is his fifth book.
The recording of this event is now available