Starting Out A few days after my photography mission to Braeriach it seemed that the warm settled weather had no intention of leaving the Highlands. The Cairngorms were bathing inContinue reading “The Most Beautiful Loch in Scotland? – A Hike across Cairngorm to Stunning Loch Avon”
Tag Archives: Landscape Photography
Autumn Photography Workshops in the Scottish Highlands
Autumn Photography Workshops I’m pleased to announce that I will be running a series of one-day landscape photography workshops this Autumn. Each workshop will be taking place in a differentContinue reading “Autumn Photography Workshops in the Scottish Highlands”
Why Is the Sky White In My Photos?
We’ve all experienced the disappointment of photographing a gorgeous scene, only for the photo to come out looking horrible. One of the most common problems encountered is the White Sky.Continue reading “Why Is the Sky White In My Photos?”
What are the best camera settings for landscape photography?
I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with modern cameras, I’ll admit. For one thing, they are far more complex than they need to be to shoot landscapes. ItContinue reading “What are the best camera settings for landscape photography?”
Camera Exposure – A Primer in Photography’s Most Important Fundamental
Understanding exposure is the most fundamental knowledge in the world of photography. This short primer will explain all the terms and what they mean. By the end of this article,Continue reading “Camera Exposure – A Primer in Photography’s Most Important Fundamental”
Diving into the Fantastic Beauty of Scotland’s Purple Heather.
Heather season is well and truly here at last in the Highlands, with the tiny pink flowers drenching the landscape in colour. I got out a couple of times inContinue reading “Diving into the Fantastic Beauty of Scotland’s Purple Heather.”
The Best Time for Landscape Photography in Scotland
As July comes to a close, I’m keenly aware that I haven’t been very creative lately. That’s ok. I’ve always found that high summer is the least inspiring time ofContinue reading “The Best Time for Landscape Photography in Scotland”
Very often landscape photography feels like a chase; trying to read the signals of weather, light and landscape to put yourself in the right place and time to see somethingContinue reading “Meditative Photography”
My First Wild Camp of the Year
The recent spell of fine weather here in the Highlands was a great opportunity to enjoy a relatively easy night out in a tent. After several good hill days onContinue reading “My First Wild Camp of the Year”
Sunset on Cairngorm
I needed a moment to pause as I took in the ridge that I was about to climb. ‘Oh boy. Here we go.’ Sometimes I think it would be niceContinue reading “Sunset on Cairngorm”