Category Archives: Landscape

What a photography TV show might look like

I came across a new photographer that I’d like to recommend you follow. His name is Thomas Heaton and he is a Northumberland & the north-east based landscape photographer. One of the reasons for the recommendation is he makes the best You … Continue reading

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Inverpolly magic

Amongst an incredibly busy few months we managed to fit in a week-long trip to the magical landscape of Inverpolly in the North West Highlands. We hadn’t reckoned when we booked we would be moving house just two weeks prior. … Continue reading

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Stuart Low is a great photography teacher

I came across Stuart Low’s website when his recent blog post caught my eye via Facebook. It is about the loss of a favourite tree to photograph. His picture of it below highlights its beauty but read his blog to see … Continue reading

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John Ellis – Another fantastic Scottish Landscape photographer

If you love dramatic Scottish highland scenery you will love the images on the John Ellis Photography website. Its been a while since a new Scottish landscape photographer has caught our eye. However, Mhairi has been sharing pictures on a … Continue reading

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Scots Pine for Scotland

What tree do you think of when you think of Scotland? The Scots Pine or the Rowan  perhaps? There is an active consultation on whether Scotland should have a national tree. Not perhaps the most crucial issue of the day … Continue reading

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Victorian Scottish landscape art and the classic view today

A reason, among many, we are drawn to landscape photography is to try and capture the beauty of the Scottish highlands, which when depicted in Victorian landscape paintings can feel somewhat over romanticised. The reality is that when you come … Continue reading

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Louise Bellin | Photography: The Scottish Dream

We started a series a while back on Scottish photographers. If you click on the category ‘photographers’ in the drop down box on our photographic view blog you can see who we have covered to date. They include professional and … Continue reading

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Inspiration from Ansel Adams and Astronomy

For inspiration and five minutes well spent you can do yourself a favour and watch this BBC presentation of the Ansel Adams exhibition at the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich in London. BBC News – Ansel Adams and American nature. If … Continue reading

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Ardnamurchan gallery

On our mission to bring you the best places to photograph Scotland’s great landscapes we have came across and fell in love with Ardnamurchan. We have just returned from a week there at the beginning of November and are updating … Continue reading

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Black and white drama in the middle of Scotland

The photograph below was taken by Mhairi in the middle of the day. The composition is made even more effective by converting into black and white. Selective use of contrast and vingetting has been enhanced in digital processing. This makes … Continue reading

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