Many photographers can benefit from carrying out a photographic project. It gives them a sense of focus, something to concentrate on, and the satisfaction of reaching the end-point when their project is eventually completed. A project photographer usually finds that his or her photography improves as a result of concentrating on a restricted theme, and pouring their heart and soul into it.
John Parminter set himself a challenging photographic project. He first had to choose his favourite 50 Scottish mountains, then climb them all, take great photographs of them and publish a book of the best photographs. The result of all of his efforts over the last four years has just been published. How did he do?
Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 31 of Landscape Photography Magazine.