Hopefully this is proof that you don’t need a fancy camera to take great photos – I get fed up … More
Walking and/or running 50 miles in 7 days isn’t too bad! I must say that my legs are feeling it … More
It was a pretty grey uninspiring day when I took these black and white photographs of Loch Lomond on Saturday. … More
Here are a few black and white photos I took last weekend. What do you think? Black and white photos … More
With Part 1 and Part 2 out the way, this is my final post on how to change the way … More
Gorgeous things in full flower at the moment (mid July) in Scotland, UK (or is it….)? There are of … More
Despite there being lots of works on at the moment to improve the park, which at first glance may seem … More
On saturday I mentioned my first 9 tips on how to change the way you take photographs. Here are my … More
As I mentioned previously some friends and I recently went on an evening after work taking photos. I thought I would … More
We have a group of us at work who are all keen on photography. We went on a walkabout last … More
I think that everyone has a list of favourite places to go or be. Glen Tanar NNR, near Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, … More
Thought I would continue with the Scottish walk photographs after Loch Lomond last night. I captured these images on a beautiful summer evening a few years ago.
Just thought I would share three black and white photographs of Loch Lomond.
Take a moment to reflect on the perfect and unblemished green foliages of spring.
Well, playing with smoke to be precise. I made these really fun images a while ago after seeing the technique in a photography magazine. What annoys me is I can’t remember how I did them.
Be inspired to take some detailed photos of winter tree silhouettes. These are particularly impressive in the low winter sunlight.