Category Archives: Photography

General discussions on photographic technique.

Transient Light : Photography of Ian Cameron

Keeping up our series on favourite photographers of (and living in) Scotland, can I suggest you take a look at the work of Ian Cameron. I first saw Ian’s work when he gave a talk to the Dundee Photographic Society. … Continue reading

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Explore boost on flikr

Getting feedback from people around the world for one of your photographs is one of the reasons I enjoy flikr. This image Mhairi took of a tree just yards from our home was shown on the ‘explore’ section of  the … Continue reading

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Island bride wins award

We were delighted to learn that the Stornoway Gazette has selected this image I took of Mhairi on our wedding day. Its due to appear in their special summer magazine. It was taken not long after the wedding ceremony on … Continue reading

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Fantastic Scottish Photographer

We said we would let you know of other great Scottish photographers (subtle inclusion of ourselves intended). Barbara Jones is one that I every time I see her pictures I bookmark them as favourites and go back to again and … Continue reading

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Inspiration from Flikr

One of the things I love about Flikr is that when I need inspiration I find it there. I just came across this new young photographer Craig Usher. He is into night-time photography in a big way and prefers to … Continue reading

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Losing lenses insurance

One of my worst nightmares is losing all my camera gear, which is carried around most places I go. Careful what you fear because I just suffered the loss of two lenses and a polariser. One lens broke (18 – … Continue reading

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