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Photographing The Isle of Skye

The Quiraing, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Back in March this year I ran my very first workshop to the Isle of Skye. It was a trip I had been looking forward to immensely. Having travelled to Skye myself a few times previously, I knew what treasures awaited my group.

Check your photos after you press the shutter​ – 7 tips

Blea Tarn, Lake District, Cumbria, England, UK

Checking your image after you have taken it is vitally important, especially when it’s the first one you’ve taken of a location. So many times I see photographers quickly look at the photograph on the back of their camera and then move on to the next shot without any idea if it’s correctly exposed, let alone in focus. Spending a few minutes to review your image will pay dividends, saving you time, wasted shots, and disappointment when you get your images back on to your computer.

Glencoe Photography

Glencoe in Scotland

Why do people flock to Glencoe for photography? If you have never been to Glencoe, all I can say is do! One thing is certain; you won’t be disappointed. Stretching from Rannoch Moor to Loch Leven, this glacial valley is surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery. Although it’s a relatively small area, the variety of mountains, lochs and beautiful landscapes is unsurpassed. The only way to describe it is ‘awe-inspiring’.

Photographing Bluebells

photographing bluebells

There is something magical about photographing bluebells. In English folklore the bluebell was said to call fairies to their meetings. In this article we give you some tips on how to best photograph them, the best time and equipment.

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