David Fleet Professional Landscape Photographer

There is no shortage of great landscape photographers in Scotland. David Fleet is a new addition to the quality professional market. There is no limit to great landscape photography. There is room for as many as can make it because in my view everyone can enjoy the landscape at home when they are not outdoors through having great prints in their home. No one said stop designing furniture after Chippendale, so keep making images because every second the light changes and you get great ones or perhaps just ok ones. David’s are great images and another photographer inspired by the Isle of Harris.

Looking across a beach with an S shaped water way and across to mountains at the other side

From David’s excellent website
©David Fleet

David Fleet Professional Landscape Photographer.

His work focusses on the extraordinary relationship between light and land and seeks to capture it in all its beauty through his understanding of composition, light and technique. After much hard work and self-study David took the leap to becoming a professional photographer in 2010 with a move to the Isle of Harris from the Midlands to enable him to immerse himself in the beautiful landscape and light of the Hebrides.

Image of Harris

©Mhairi Morrison and Paul Carroll .Luskentyre beach from the road to Luskentyre. It was taken into Photoshop where one bird was copied and turned into two and some diffuse glow added.

About photographicviewscotland

Photographers of Scotland's landscape and remote places and arts and craft makers. Mhairi is also making needle felted animals under the name of the Woof in the Wool. We live in Abernethy in Perthshire, Scotland.
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