BIG Photo Collaboration Project!

As teased on my Instagram, @rebeccahelenphoto, I have a big project I am super excited to share with you all.

As you may or may not know, I did a Master’s in Biological Photography & Imaging at the University of Nottingham. One of my classmates had the idea to do a photography collaboration with the international students. On the exact same day, we would all be taking photographs from different places around the world.

Breakdown: 1 day. 4 photographers. 4 countries. All UoN graduates and classmates.

Countries represented: Scotland, Ecuador, Iceland, and, obviously, USA (specifically, Washington state).

Without further ado, here are the photographs from around the world:

MSc-Photo-Collab

"Sunset" photograph on First Beach in Olympic National Park. A storm came during the sunset, with heavy clouds rolling in and sheets of rain racing across the waves to the beach, making for a very blue sunset. By Rebecca Tribelhorn Photography.

Stormy “sunset” photograph on First Beach in Olympic National Park in Washington. A storm came during the sunset, with heavy clouds rolling in and sheets of rain racing across the waves to the beach, making for a very blue sunset. A long exposure was used to paint in the waves of the foreground. By Rebecca Tribelhorn Photography.

Imogen Barker Photography

Sunrise at 5am from the east coast of Islay, one of the islands of the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. The sun rose between the  trio of the three peaks, the Paps of Jura, on the neighbouring island of Jura. The water in the foreground is the Sound of Jura, separating the two islands. By Imogen Barker Photography.

Maricela Rivera Photography

In Quito, Ecuador, the sun starts rising rapidly at from 6:10 to 6:30 am although the first rays start to come out at 5am. The rising sun at 6:15 was lit a flowering rue plant (Ruta graveolens) and the view of the valleys and mountains that surround the city. By Maricela Rivera Photography.

Svana Photography (Svanhildur Egilsdottir Photography)

The sunset in Iceland on the 18th of June was just after midnight. The weather forecast was not promising, so Svana was ready at midnight to start taking photographs. With the rain coming in, this shot was taken at 0:24. By Svana Photography (Svanhildur Egilsdottir Photography).

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