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SOCIETY OF SCOTTISH LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHERS EXHIBITION 2020


This publication was to be a welcoming to the exhibition scheduled to start on the 24th April 2020 however due to the Coronavirus outbreak this has become a taster for an exhibition that will now take place in spring 2021. All images in this book are of course for sale and if anything interests you feel free to use the artists details contained within. It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers Exhibition for 2020. This year’s event is the largest we have ever held with 35 members and over 150 images. We invite you to explore some of the moments our members have captured with their cameras which celebrate Scotland’s inspiring wilderness, from captivating close-ups to vast landscapes and wild seas. All of the images in this book will be on display from 25th April to 16th May at The Bield in Blackruthven in Perthshire. This beautiful estate has many walks through woodland and farmlands you can enjoy when visiting the exhibition which will be housed in the barn gallery. We are once again partnered with Zeiss this year and it is a great honour to be associated with such a prestigious brand. Lastly I would like to thank the panel that have helped put all of this together… Seán Kerr, Nicky Goodfellow, Paul Millar and especially Ian Barnes for all the graphics and promotional material work including this book.

Foreword by Davie Hudson Chairperson


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Ian Barnes Ian is a landscape and outdoor photographer based in London. Living in a city has driven him to explore and embrace nature in all its glory. A few years ago he watched a documentary called ‘Chasing Ice’. A film about nature photographer James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey highlighted the effects of climate change and hugely influenced the development of Ian’s photography. Whilst he has a love for mountains and winter landscapes he also endeavours to hone his skills in other areas such as woodland & wildlife photography. A proud member of the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers, he was shortlisted for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 ‘Scottish Landscape Photographer of The Year’ competition which he recognises as a huge achievement and strengthens his drive for creativity. Ian has been commissioned to carry out commercial photography for GO Campers in Iceland as well as a number of private clients. His work has been published in Amateur Photographer and Outdoor Photography magazines.

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Elgol, Isle of Skye The choice of black and white photography coupled with a long exposure captures the movement of the sea; together with the ever changing dramatic sky it sets an apt mystical scene at Elgol. Printed on HahnemĂźhle German Etching Paper 310gsm with Black Exhibition Frame NIKON D810 24-70mm f/11 @ 315 sec. ISO 64

24" x 13.5" 5

ÂŁ130


Liathach, Torridon Hills Liathach is rated by many mountaineers and hill walkers as Scotland's finest mountain. Look closely and you can see two people at the summit admiring the view. This image was recently shortlisted in the Trail UK Mountain Photo 2019 Competition. Printed on HahnemĂźhle German Etching Paper 310gsm with Black Exhibition Frame NIKON D810 70-200mm f/11 @ 2 sec. ISO 100

24" x 16" 6

ÂŁ150


Spey Reservoir, Cairngorms National Park A moment of tranquility on the Spey Reservoir. Printed on Hahnemühle German Etching Paper 310gsm with Black Exhibition Frame NIKON D810 16-35mm f/11 @ 2 sec. ISO 80

24" x 13.5" 7

£130


Mountain Hare, Creag Leacach At the summit of Creag Leacach it was clear that I wasn't the only one taking in the view. Printed on Hahnemühle German Etching Paper 310gsm with Black Exhibition Frame NIKON D810 70-200mm f/4 @ 1/1000 sec. ISO 100

24" x 16" 8

£150


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Nick Silverstein Nick Silverstein is a landscape photographer based in the South of Scotland. Originally from Selkirk in the Scottish Borders he now lives in Stranraer, South West Scotland. Being surrounded by the sea means that Nick calls himself a ‘water based’ photographer as nearly all of his images contain water in some form, from the sea to rivers to lochs. Nick likes to capture the beauty of Scotland in various styles including mono and long exposure and will try his hand at almost anything to get a shot, including getting very wet from the odd wave, standing in a river without the correct footwear or getting up at 2am for a 3 or 4 hour drive!

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Castle Stalker, Argyll and Bute The spring sunset casting a warm golden glow as it tries to break through the low cloud. A3 size print with black exhibition frame Canon 5DSr with Canon 70-200 f/2.8 @f/16, 270 seconds, ISO 125

16.5" x 11.7" 11

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Corsewall, Dumfries & Galloway Late May sunset highlighting the lighthouse and the waves crashing over the rocks. A3 size print with black exhibition frame Canon 5DSr with Canon 16-35 f/4 @ f/10, 0.9 seconds, ISO 100

11.7" x 16.5" 12

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The Epic Buachaille, Glencoe An early November morning with the rising sun highlighting the snow covered tip of the mighty Bauchaille Etiv Mor. A3 size print with black exhibition frame Canon 5DSr with Canon 16-35 f/4 @f/13, 0.8 seconds, ISO 320

16.5" x 11.7" 13

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Black Cuillin from Elgol, Isle of Skye Early morning sunlight after a storm the previous night highlighting the clouds with warm hues. A3 size print with black exhibition frame Canon 5DSr with Canon 70-200 f/2.8 @f/16, 0.8 seconds, ISO 200

11.7" x 16.5" 14

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Alistair Dick Having had a latent interest since he first bought a film camera back in the late 70s, the interest lay mainly dormant until digital cameras started to become commonplace and the digital darkroom allowed the photographer to take more control of the interpretation and output of the image that was in the photographers mind. Since the tools became available, it’s been a long and never-ending learning curve as he strives to get the best out of the frames available after the capture process. Alistair is not a mountaineer or overnight wild camper - he won’t be found on top of a Torridon mountain at dawn or in the middle of a blizzard! His photography is definitely a social activity with the occasional early morning start thrown in - much more a night bird than a morning lark. Describing himself as a bit of a photographic magpie, he likes to try different styles, crops and processes, trying to maximize the pleasure from whatever scene presents itself.

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Milarrochy Tree, Loch Lomond A grey scene from a well photographed location on Loch Lomond. On a dull, windy afternoon with no light to speak of, it seemed appropriate to run a long exposure. Printed on Fotospeed Smooth Cotton Rag, Black Open Grain Frame Canon 5D IV, EF24-70 @28mm, 300s @ f7.1

23" x 15" 17

ÂŁ100


Loch Rusky, Stirlingshire This lovely little Loch is a firm favourite with photographers, but its not always possible to get lucky with the conditions. Thankfully, on this particular morning, the sunrise was subtle. Printed on Fotospeed Smooth Cotton Rag, White Open Grain Frame Canon 5D IV, EF70-200 @75mm, 1.6s @ f3.5

24.5" x 24.5" 18

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Loup of Fintry, Stirlingshire This shot was captured on a fairly benign evening without the interference of the dreaded Scottish midgie! The patch of golden light on the hillside made this an enjoyable evening to enjoy the suns descent. Printed on Fotospeed Smooth Cotton Rag, Black Open Grain Frame Canon 5D IV, EF24-70 @30mm, 1/6s @ f11

23" x 15" 19

ÂŁ100


Killiecrankie, Perthshire In January 2018 whilst on a short break to Perthshire, a snow storm blew in and covered the countryside in snow, leaving these trees on the hillside at Killicrankie exposed and displaying this almost abstract but organised pattern. Epson Fine Art Cotton 215gsm, Black Matt Frame Canon 5D III EF70-200 @200mm, 1/160s @ f4.0

26" x 26" 20

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Chris Lauder Chris is a semi professional photographer from Central Scotland who enjoys nothing more than being by the coast or a flowing river capturing their movement to create soft, ethereal and subtle images whether that’s as part of the wider scene or an intimate detail. Over the years Chris has traveled to all corners of Scotland capturing the fantastic scenery the country has to offer, he says “Photography has taken me to places in Scotland I would never have had the inclination to visit before and I have witnessed some of the most amazing sights on my journey, long may it continue" Water features strongly in Chris’s work and with his use of long exposure and an eye for the small details Chris has developed a minimal approach to composition, which he hopes, gives his images a very relaxing and calming feel to them. Chris has received awards in various competitions over the years and in November 2018 he was awarded a Licentiate distinction of the Royal Photographic Society (LRPS).

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Loch Ard Reflections, Trossachs The warm Autumn sun lighting trees a lovely golden hue across a misty Loch Ard created these fantastic crisp reflections. The scene was too good to miss so using the tele end of my standard zoom I focused in on the trees and reflections to create this image. 20" x 14.5" Giclee print on Canson Baryte fine art paper, Double white mount in a black frame Sony A7ii, 70mm, ISO 100, f11, 0.8s

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£210


Nobody's home, Isle of Harris Whilst photographing some of the derelict croft houses on the Isle of Harris I came across this jacket hanging in a doorway of one of the buildings. Using my 70-200mm lens I chose to isolate the jacket in the doorway giving a little glimpse into it's past. 20" x 14.5" Giclee print on Canson Baryte fine art paper, Double white mount in a black frame Sony A7ii, 98mm, ISO 100, f4.5, 1/640s

20” x 14.5” 24

£210


Northton Salt Marsh, Isle of Harris A view across the Northton salt marshes to Ceapabhal on the Southern tip of the Isle of Harris at sunrise. 12" x 12" Giclee print on Canson Baryte fine art paper, Double white mount in a black frame Sony A7rii, 24mm, ISO 100, f11, 30s

12” x 12” 25

£100


Coupall flow, Glen Coe A small waterfall on the river Coupall beneath a snow capped Stob Dearg captured using a slow shutter to accentuate the flowing water and give it a softer appearance. 13” x 10” Giclee print on Canson Baryte fine art paper, Double white mount in a black frame Sony A7rii, Zeiss Loxia 21mm, ISO 200, f11, 1.6s

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£120


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Graham John MacKay Graham is an aspiring landscape photographer based in Glasgow. Having grown up beside the beach on the North Sea coast, it is perhaps not surprising that he developed a love for the outdoors. Although always a Highlander at heart, schooling and studies took him south to Glasgow, finally settling as a Consultant at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. The combination of science and craft which led him to a career in Surgery are the same aspects which attracted him to the art of photography. His aim in photographing the places that he visits is to try to capture some of the atmosphere and character of the landscape. Graham has had portfolios of his work 'Highly Commended' in national photography awards including the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. He has also had images published in national magazines and exhibited work in galleries around Scotland.

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Cul Mor Sunset A spring sunset captured from the summit of Cul Mor looking north towards Suilven, Canisp and Quinag. The shapes of the eroded sandstone are repeated in the lenticular cloud formations, which are relatively rare in Inverpolly. Printed on Fotospeed Fine Art Smooth Cotton 300gsm, Large Black Exhibition Frame, Double Mount White Sony A7RIII, FE 16-35mm F2.8 lens, 1/10sec at f/8, ISO 400

24" x 16" 29

ÂŁ150


Veil over the Loch, Loch Ard A view from the northern banks of Loch Ard looking towards the Queen Elizabeth Forest, as the morning mist reflects in the calm of the loch. Printed on Fotospeed Fine Art Smooth Cotton 300gsm, Large Black Exhibition Frame, Double Mount White Sony A7RII, FE 24-70 F2.8 GM lens, 1/5sec at f/9, ISO 100

24" x 16" 30

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Breakwater, St Monans With only a couple of nights in St Monans over New Year, I could not have been more fortunate to witness this incredible sunrise over the distinctive breakwater off the East Pier. Printed on Fotospeed Fine Art Smooth Cotton 300gsm, Large Black Exhibition Frame, Double Mount White Sony A7RIII, FE 24 F1.4 GM lens, 30sec at f/16, ISO 50

24" x 16" 31

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Neil McDade The photographer Neil McDade is a 44 year old photographer from Bathgate, West Lothian. He runs a brand named Spectacular Scotland which can be viewed on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The main focus of his photography is capturing images of our spectacular landscapes, historical buildings and Scottish Castles. He started in photography around 2013 when he bought his first travel camera which gave him the grounding for the skills he has learned up until now. Over the years this photographer has recognised that not only an eye for detail is essential but the quality of the glass in the lenses and camera are just as important. Nowadays Neil uses a Nikon D850 with a selection of premium lenses by Nikon and Tamron. Photographing the majestic highlands and Islands of Scotland is the main focus of his work as he finds these areas to be the most picturesque parts of the country. Mountains, glens, lochs, castles and waterfalls are also of huge interest to Neil.

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Autumnal Tree, Glen Coe and Buachaille Etive Mòr Autumnal Tree located at Glen Coe with the iconic Buachaille Etive Mòr in the background. This image was photographed from the banks of River Etive in late September during a day of dramatic weather which was characterised by many rainstorms and rainbows. Spectrum Frame in Satin Black, White Mount and Printed on Fuji Fine Art Photo Rag 300gsm. 21"x 17"

Nikon D800, 23mm, F/8, 1sec, IS0 50 33

£195


Ben Loyal, Tongue Ben Loyal situation to the south of the Kyle of Tongue in Sutherland. This image was taken in early spring shortly after sunset from the banks of Lochan Hakel. The amazing purple lenticular clouds and mountain reflecting in the Lochan was the main attraction. Spectrum Frame in Satin Black, White Mount and Printed on Fuji Fine Art Photo Rag 300gsm. 22"x 15"

Nikon D850, 35mm, F/16, 1sec, ISO 50 34

ÂŁ195


Loch Lubnaig Loch Lubnaig near Callander photographed shortly after dawn during spring. The spectacular golden lighting on this group of trees combined with mist, reflections, forest and foreground reeds makes this image complete. Spectrum Frame in Satin Black, White Mount and Printed on Fuji Fine Art Photo Rag 300gsm. 24"x 15"

Nikon D800, 70mm, F7.1, 1/125sec, ISO 100 35

ÂŁ195


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Annette Forsyth Annette is a landscape & close-up photographer based in Crieff, Perthshire and has been running Annette Forsyth Photography since 2011. She has had a keen interest in nature from a young age & spent a lot of time in the outdoors. Her passion for photography evolved as a natural progression. In terms of subject matter she is particularly drawn to mountains, forests, waterscapes & flora. To Annette, the experience on location is an important part of the image making process and this is reflected in the finished look of the image. Sometimes her images become more expressive in terms of mood and her emotional response to it. Ultimately, photography is a way of sharing her love of nature – from the fascinating details, shapes and patterns in macro photography to the ever-changing light and moods of Scotland’s beautiful scenery. Annette runs local 1 to 1 day workshops www.annetteforsyth.co.uk & week-long photography tours for German clients: www.fotoreise-schottland.com

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Frosty Autumn Sunrise, Strathearn I climbed Crappich Hill before dawn on the first frosty morning last Autumn. The Autumn colour was at its peak, set off beautifully by the frosty ground in the valley and the snowy summit of Ben Vorlich. One of my favourite views of Strathearn. Limited Edition Giclée Print on Fine Art Paper, Black Wooden Frame 15” x 10.5“ 37

£130


Slioch Reflections, Loch Maree I was on the way to climb Beinn Damh one February morning. When I passed Loch Maree, it was like a mirror and I just had to stop although I was in a rush. I have had many planned visits to this location, but these were the best conditions I have ever had. Limited Edition Giclée Print on Fine Art Paper, Black Wooden Frame 15” x 10.5“ 38

£130


Still Winter Morning, Rannoch Moor The snow-laden cloud at Rannoch Moor was low, the hills barely visible. The true stars of the show were the trees that morning. There was a stillness, calm & quiet you only get in a landscape enveloped by snow. A few minutes later the heavy snowfall resumed. Limited Edition Giclée Print on Fine Art Paper, Black Wooden Frame 24” x 16” 39

£190


Swirling Cloud, Sail Mhor, Torridon Taken early on a cold February Morning while ascending Beinn a’Chearcaill in Torridon. The cloud was rising and lowering all day, which made for very atmospheric conditions. Limited Edition Giclée Print on Fine Art Paper 15” x 10.5” 40

£ 130


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Gordon Siegel Gordon is a semi professional photographer from the Shetland Islands. Being immersed socially in island life, he has captured sporting images and traditional festivals, at the same time capturing the land and rugged coastline he has explored growing up on an island so richly steeped in culture and history. He hopes his knowledge of the Shetland landscape shows in his beautifully framed and printed exhibition work and that the influences of remote Island life along with Scottish and Norse heritage resonate in his striking images. Gordon's photography has been acknowledged with many award winning images from his 2019 Highly Commended Portfolio in the overall title round of the Scottish Landscape Photographer of The Year to his most recent success at the 2020 British Photography Awards, being short listed in the event category with his image from Up Helly Aa (Europes largest fire festival) taking home to Shetland the Peoples Choice Award, an achievement he is very proud of.

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Auld Croft Hoose, Shetland Isles Taken on a cold February morning with fast moving clouds to help create a long exposure over this lovely auld Shetland croft hoose. Fine Art Baryta Paper, Double Mounted, Non reflective glass, Black wooden frame measuring 22" x 17" Nikon D7100 - Sigma 17-50mm - f13 ISO 200 -19mm @ 206secs

15" x 8" 43

ÂŁ120


Sandwater, Shetland Isles A moody long exposure taken between rain showers at Sandwater loch in Shetland. Fine Art Baryta Paper, Double Mounted, Non reflective glass, Black wooden frame measuring 22" x 17" 15" x 10"

Nikon D810 - 18-35mm - f11 ISO 64 - 22mm @ 120 secs 44

ÂŁ120


Up Helly Aa, Shetland Isles Up Helly Aa is Europes largest viking fire festival that is unique to the Shetland Isles. Captured on a calm but freezing evening as the galley was set Ablaze. Recently a peoples choice award winning image at the British Photography Awards 2020 Fine Art Baryta Paper, Double Mounted, Non reflective glass, Black wooden frame measuring 22" x 19" Nikon D7100 - 70-200 Sigma - f5.6 ISO 100 - 86mm @ 1/125

15" x 10" 45

ÂŁ150


Gaada Stack, Foula, Shetland With an image in my mind and the perfect misty conditions, I sat waiting at the rocks, watching the Arch eerily appearing from the thick sea fog that was surrounding it. Fine Art Cotton Rag Paper, Double Mounted, Non reflective glass, Black wooden frame measuring 22" x 17" Nikon D810 - Sigma 24-105mm - f11 ISO 100 - 52mm @ 1.6 secs

15" x 8" 46

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Alan Cameron Alan is never bored of the captivating images that can be found around us everyday, & takes pleasure in the pursuit of recording these images on film or digital media. Alan lives in Torrance, just north of Glasgow, and is blessed residing in one of the most photogenic countries in the world, Scotland, which he regards as his land, spirit & love. He was first introduced to "serious" photography when he borrowed his fathers old Agfa 35mm camera and was immediately hooked on photography, & has spent the last 30yrs or so since trying to capture that all elusive perfect picture, whether it be mountain, moor, loch or woodland. Alan has had commendations & awards for his photography in Landscape Photographer of the Year & Scottish Landscape Landscape Photographer of the year.

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Ben Lomond In Winter Coat, Trossachs Ben Lomond & the island of Inchcailloch viewed from Duncryne Hill, Gartocharn Printed on 100% cotton rag exhibition-level substrate media & printed by the artist. Black Frame 30"x23" with non Reflective Glass. Fuji X-T1, XF-55-200 @90mm

Image size 21” x 11.8” 49

£200


Blue Dawn, Lochan na-Achlaise A Magical, cold and crisp winters morning, captured on the shore of Lochan na-Achlaise on Rannoch moor, with the 3 erratic boulders in the frozen loch mimicking the mountains beyond, and the sun rising to bathe the snow covered Clach Leathad. Printed on 100% cotton rag exhibition-level substrate media & printed by the artist. Black Frame 30"x23" with non Reflective Glass. Fuji X-T1, XF18-55 @30mm

Image size 21” x 11.8” 50

£200


Autumn in the Trossachs Woodland, Aberfoyle "It is not so much for its beauty that the forest makes a claim upon men’s hearts, as for that subtle something, that quality of air that emanation from old trees, that so wonderfully changes and renews the weary spirit.".... Robert Louis Stevenson Printed on 100% cotton rag exhibition-level substrate media & printed by the artist. Black Frame 30"x23" with non Reflective Glass. Fuji X-T3, XF16-55 @18mm 1/6sec @ f11

Image size 21” x 11.8” 51

£200


Autumnal Ferns, Aberfoyle While on one of my many woodland wanderings around Aberfoyle, I was enchanted by the textures & colour of the autumnal ferns surrounded by the misty woodland. Printed on 100% cotton rag exhibition-level substrate media & printed by the artist. Black Frame 30"x23" with non Reflective Glass. Fuji X-T2, XF14mmf2.8 1sec @ F14

Image size 21” x 14” 52

£200


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Richard Fox I started seriously photographing landscapes about 8 years ago when I made a risky purchase of a full frame DSLR camera, after a long break from film, when I was a kid. My love for landscapes grew from walking and cycling including cycling John O'Groats to Lands End. I have an extensive portfolio of images, primarily of Dartmoor, and Devon, after living there for 15 years. However, after many trips to Scotland, my wife moved near to the outskirts of the Trossachs National Park, and I am now beginning to explore this fantastic country much more. I currently use Sony E-Mount Full frame cameras and lenses (G and GM). I also have started to use a Drone for aerial based photography and loving the new challenges it brings. I have recently been chosen as a brand ambassador for Sirui photographic products in the UK, after using the brand for many years.

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White Matter, Dalmary, Stirlingshire As the hill fog washed in above, after capturing some of the lovely inversion close to my home, the hoar frost below had developed nicely. I wandered through the wilderness and stumbled across this soft and delicate scene as the sun broke through. C-Type print on Fujicolor CA DPII Semi-Matt 225gsm, archival mounting, and framed with picture glass. Sony ILCE-7RM3, FE 24-70mm f2.8 GM, f11.0, 24 mm, 1/1250s & ISO 100 55

15” x 10”

£120


Lateral Line, Lake of Menteith, Stirlingshire I had been thinking about capturing the fisherman on Lake of Menteith in the wee small hours for a while. One morning some lovely mist had formed and I found a nice vantage point and waited wait for them to launch. C-Type print on Fujicolor CA DPII Semi-Matt 225gsm, archival mounting, and framed with picture glass. Sony ILCE-7RM3, FE 100-400mm GM OSS, f5.0, 100 mm, 1/200s & ISO 250 56

15” x 10”

£120


Blanc-Mange, Stob Binnein and Ben More, Stirlingshire A stunning morning, shot from near Kippen with freezing fog and a temperature inversion, fresh snowfall, a lovely full moonset and deep red first light overlooking Stob Binnein and Ben More. C-Type print on Fujicolor CA DPII Semi-Matt 225gsm, archival mounting, and framed with picture glass. Sony ILCE-7RM3, FE 100-400mm GM OSS, f9.0, 306mm, 1/6s & ISO 100 57

15” x 10”

£120


The Rainmaker, Isle of Harris A lucky stop at this area of rapids in the northern mountains, on my way to look for Golden Eagles. As I setup the short-lived rain clouds parted and let some light through. C-Type print on Fujicolor CA DPII Semi-Matt 225gsm, archival mounting, and framed with picture glass. Sony ILCE-7RM3, FE 24-70mm F2.8 GM, f11.0, 24 mm, 1/60s & ISO 100 + Kase G-CPL 58

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Nicky Goodfellow Nicky Goodfellow is an award-winning landscape/nature photographer based in Perthshire, Scotland. Brought up in the Perthshire countryside, Nicky has a natural affinity towards nature. In addition to capturing the wild and rugged landscapes of Scotland Nicky's true passion lies in portraying the unique beauty of trees and woodlands throughout the seasons. Nicky's detailed study of decaying holly leaves, entitled 'Beauty in Decay' won the 'Your View' category in the highly esteemed 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' 2018 awards. Nicky has also been commended and shortlisted in several other major photography awards. Nicky is proud to be working alongside KASE filters UK, manufacturers of high-quality photographic filters.

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Little and Large

Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper. Mounted in a matt black 14" x 14" frame. 8" x 8" 61

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The Watcher

Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper. Mounted in a matt black 14" x 14" frame. 8" x 8" 62

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Last Christmas

Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper. Mounted in a matt black 14" x 14" frame. 8" x 8" 63

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The Congregation

Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308 gsm paper. Mounted in a matt black 14" x 14" frame. 8" x 8" 64

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Fiona McRae I live in the North East of Scotland, in a tiny village called Pennan. I also travel frequently to the isles of Harris and Lewis. Most of my work reflects these two locations, but I like to travel outwith Scotland too, my favourite location for photography away from Scotland being New Zealand. For this exhibition I have chosen images from both the East and West of Scotland, one from Pennan and one from the Isle of Lewis. Alongside the images I am adding an intimate landscape from both locations, this is my favourite style of work. Sometimes, less is more. I hope that you enjoy looking.

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Dalmore Beach, Isle of Lewis, Outer Herbrides Beautiful sandy beach on the west side of the Isle of Lewis, this is a typical summer day at this location. I loved how the retaining wooden posts created a leading line to guide you to a little piece of perfection... Printed on archival matt 230gsm paper mounted and set into a silver metal effect frame ISO 100 1/200th sec. f5 - Canon 5Diii using 24-105 mm

12" x 16" 67

ÂŁ110


Dalmore Beach Rocks, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides I have a real love of geology, the colours, types of rocks, textures and shapes. To find a composition like this one, waiting for someone to come along and appreciate it, was a pleasure. This is ancient rock, some of the oldest on the planet. Printed on archival matt 230gsm paper, mounted and set into a silver metal effect frame ISO 100 1/160th sec. f14 Canon 5Diii using 24-105mm

12" X 16" 68

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Pennan Bay Rocks, Pennan, Aberdeenshire Dappled sunlit boulders and pebbles, making patterns, illusions, and smiles as you see all sorts of things within the image - some say turtles! The sea water is very clear at Pennan with little pollution, making it a real joy to look at. Printed on archival matt 230gsm paper mounted and set into a silver metal effect frame ISO 400 1/200th Sec f5 Canon 5Diii using 24-105mm

12" X 16" 69

ÂŁ110


Incoming Storm at Cullykhan, Aberdeenshire This is taken from the street where I live, right on the edge of the sea. It never fails to amaze me how the light changes, or how fast it changes. The storms and clouds from this location are spectacular. I saw this one coming, and ran for the camera! Printed on archival matt 230gsm paper mounted and set into a silver metal effect frame ISO 100 1/100th Sec f7 Canon 5Diii using 24-105mm

12" X 16" 70

ÂŁ110


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Tina Motz My name is Tina Motz and I am a mechanical engineer by profession. That may sound somewhat surprising to you, but both design and photography need a lot of creativity and planning, as well as some spontaneity. Photography is my balance between my job and the real world. I grew up in Germany in a former mining area, which wasn't the best place to develop photographing skills but my parents took me out as often as possible for holiday and weekend trips. My first camera was a Sony Digital camera when I was maybe nine years old, I still have it but it's part of the bookshelf now. Now I'm shooting with Canon DSLRs. It was always my dream to capture the amazing places that this planet has, and show those who didn’t know of them or couldn’t visit them. It is my hope that I can bring across the beauty of the places shown in this exhibition, and that all viewing them enjoy them as much as I enjoyed capturing them.

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Last Rays, Glencoe A rare meeting of weather conditions and timing, the last warm rays of light catch the silhouette of Garbh Bheinn and its magnificent crags. Printed on Baryta Paper, 40x30mm frame size, non-reflective glass 15"x9"

Canon EOS 7D f9.0 125 mm @ 1/125 sec ISO 640 73

ÂŁ110


Take a Breath, Garry Beach (Isle of Lewis) Upon the rugged and breath-taking coastline of the Outer Hebrides, a lone walker stares out across to the Atlantic. Printed on White Texture Cotton Rag, 40x30mm frame size, non-reflective glass 15"x10"

Canon EOS 7D 32mm f11 @ 1/50 sec ISO 100 74

ÂŁ110


Far Over the Misty Mountains, Aonach Mòr As spring arrives, winter retreats to higher grounds. The meeting of seasons gives some of the most spectacular landscapes, as seen here on the slopes of Aonach Mòr. Printed on Smotton Cotton Rag, 40x30mm frame size, non-reflective glass 15"x10"

Canon EOS 7D 28 mm f14 @ 1/60 sec ISO 100 75

£110


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Gavin Duncan Gavin Duncan is a self taught photographer based in the Central belt of Scotland. He first picked up a camera in 2008 to document his travels around Australia and New Zealand. It wasn't until 6 or 7 years later that his love for the art and the whole process would flourish and he soon found himself dedicating more time to learning all aspects of photography. With this new found knowledge, he found himself out in all weathers creating images but gravitating more towards peaceful/idyllic scenes, often by the Lochside or deep in undiscovered woodland. Creating images in forests and wooded areas is both challenging and rewarding. Organising the often chaotic elements into an image which feels balanced and flows is the ultimate goal he tries to achieve when out photographing. He enjoys the interplay between colours and textures, dark and light, to try and convey a sense of the scene or evoke an emotional response to his images.

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Shades of Autumn, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park This image is all about the dominating, slithering shapes of the central tree against the myriad of colour. I loved how the colours of Autumn gently blended into each other to give a painterly quality to the i Printed on Fotospeed smooth cotton 310gsm. Single mount with open grain Black frame. Nikon D850 24-70mm f2.8 @ 42mm 1/4 sec f5.6 ISO 64

16" x 16" 77

ÂŁ150


Spring Break, Queen Elizabeth Forest Park A foggy morning in the Trossachs, an hour after sunrise, when I stumbled across this little cluster of trees. To me, it looked like they were having a dance off or enjoying a party, dancing together. Imagination is an important part of my woodland photography. Printed on Fotospeed smooth cotton 310gsm. Single mount with open grain Black frame. Nikon D850 50mm f1.8 1/125 sec f5.6 ISO 500

16" x 16" 78

ÂŁ150


Summer Light, The Hermitage, Dunkeld Walking through this forest area near Dunkeld, I wanted to capture the intense warm light falling on the land, sculpting the tree trunks and bushes below. The light was being diffused as it shone through the upper branches and the moisture in the atmosphere. Printed on Fotospeed smooth cotton 310gsm. Single mount with open grain Black frame. Nikon D850 24-70mm f2.8 @50mm 1/40 sec f5.6 ISO 64

16" x 16" 79

ÂŁ150


Winters Caress, Queen Elisabeth Forest Park A chilly winters morning and a lingering freezing fog simplified this image and made the branches of the tree really jump out. The soft ethereal feel with fog and ground frost was enhanced by the subtle colour palette and minimal processing of the file. Printed on Fotospeed smooth cotton 310gsm. Single mount with open grain Black frame. Nikon D850 70-200mm f4 @85mm 1/30 sec f7.1 ISO 64

16" x 16" 80

ÂŁ150


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Andy Clark Andy has always loved the outdoors. Having grown up in a small village in Perthshire he spent his childhood in the woods climbing trees and making dens. It's fitting perhaps that he still feels at home in the same forests he spent as a child, now armed with a camera instead of a stick for a gun. For the last five years Andy has traveled Scotland and tried to encapsulate some of the wonderful scenes he has witnessed. He believes we live in an amazing country and its natural beauty is unsurpassed. Andy tries to keep his images as natural as possible, retaining the scene as he remembers them.

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The Boathouse Soft winter sun lit the boathouse, the gentle ripples on the water abstracting the scene. Professionally printed on lustre paper and laminated under acrylic glass Canon 5d MkIV, ISO 500, f/11, 1/320sec

23.6" x 15.7" 85

ÂŁ110


Last light on Torridon The Suns last light over Upper Loch Torridon pinked the cloud and lit the snow capped peaks. A light veil of snow showers drifted passed Beinn Alligin on a sublime evening. Printed on HahnemĂźhle fine art Pearl 285gsm and professionally framed on a dark wood waxed frame Canon 5d MkIV, ISO 100, f/11 0.3sec, Kase 0.9 soft grad.

34" x 12.5" 86

ÂŁ250


The road to Boarhills A summer rainstorm passed by and the sun dropped to the north east. The small church of boarhills sat into the sky breaking the clouds at th end of the road. Professionally printed on lustre paper and laminated under acrylic glass 23.6" x 15.7"

Canon 6d, ISO 100, f/16, 1/4sec 87

ÂŁ110


Loch an Ordain The early morning sunlight lit the reeds and birch trees on the still lochan, intensifying the colours of the bark and leaf with reds and yellows. Professionally printed on lustre paper and laminated under acrylic glass Canon 5d MrkIV, ISO 100, f/11, 1/20sec

23.6" x 15.7" 88

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Andy MacDougall At home alone in the wilderness, Andy MacDougall is drawn to making landscape images in wild locations and weather, particularly where life shows a tenacious grip in inhospitable conditions. He is inspired by the persistence of life and the immense age of the Scottish landscape that changes and adapts but remains stolidly steadfast and resolute, continuously enduring. Andy holds a degree in design and also enjoys pottery & sculpture. He takes great pleasure from the entire photographic process of immersive photography – gathering knowledge of Scotland’s geography as he explores remote areas of the country, driving, camping, hiking, researching the history of locations and often writing creatively about making his photographs. Regularly shortlisted and awarded in national photographic competitions, he occasionally exhibits his images in print and regularly posts them online where he has received approximately 3/4 million image views.

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"Cuillin Haze", Isle of Skye across the Sound of Raasay. Gaps in the clouds left “puddles” of light across the Sound of Raasay, isolating the rock on the right. Curtains of rain partially obscured the Cuillin to the south of Skye, softening the jagged peaks. Printed on matt textured Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm paper, and framed in a simple black frame. ISO-100, 170mm, f/5.6, 1/2000s

16.5" x 11.5" 91

£135


"Oxide Riot", Ballachulish Slate Quarry The walls of Ballachulish Slate Quarry are covered in leached minerals and oxides. The bright yellow nature of this oxide, contrasts beautifully with the slate and is printed on textured paper. Printed on matt textured HahnemĂźhle German Etching 310gsm paper. Framed and matted in a narrow and simple Square black surround ISO-400, 100mm, f/5.6, 1/50s

18.9" x 18.9" 92

ÂŁ170


"Rumbling Bridge Spray", Rumbling Bridge, Perthshire Spray from the River Braan rose 10 metres above Rumbling Bridge, catching the evening light and forming crepuscular rays, interrupted only by the branches of a birch tree. Printed on a heavy lustred PhotoArt Silk 290gsm paper, sympathetic to the water droplets. Simple black frame. ISO-400, 60mm, f/8, 1/1250s

16.5” x 11.5” 93

£125


The Buachaille Flume, The Devil's Staircase, near Glencoe With the late autumn light fading from the sky, in a break between rain showers, I attempted to show all of the key elements that I associate with the Glencoe area - rock, water, mountains, moor and threatening skies. Printed on matt textured HahnemĂźhle German Etching 310gsm paper, in a simple black frame. ISO-100, 20mm, f/11, 1.6s

11.5" x 16.5" 94

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Dawn Black You could say that photography is in my blood. My father and grandfather were both keen amateur photographers plus my grandfather also worked at Ilford. As a youngster I was usually to be found with a camera in hand and justifiably earned the affectionate nickname of "David Bailey". This early creativity and interest grew and saw me study History of Art and Architecture at university. My love of history and architecture shows still in my landscape images as I tend to include historic architecture within the landscapes I photograph. I have lived in 3 different countries over the past 17 years. In 2003 my family moved from Scotland to Singapore, then in 2010 we moved to The Netherlands until returning to North East Scotland in 2017. Since then I have been rediscovering my local area through the lens, some of which are shown here in this exhibition.

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Dunnottar Castle, Stonehaven

Framed Limited Edition Print Fujifilm X-T2, 16-55mm @ 42mm, ISO 200, f/11, 1/160 sec

10" x 10" 97

ÂŁ150


Shell Hoosie, Dunnottar Woods, Stonehaven

Framed Limited Edition Print Fujifilm X-T3, 16-55mm @ 17mm, ISO 160, f/11, 0.4 sec

10" x 10" 98

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Lady Kennedy's Bath, Dunnottar Woods, Stonehaven

Framed Limited Edition Print Fujifilm X-T3, 16-55mm @ 44mm, ISO 160, f/11, 30 secs

10" x 10" 99

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Perched, Slains Castle, Cruden Bay

Framed Limited Edition Print 10' x 15"

Fujifilm X-T2, 10-24mm @ 14mm, ISO 200, f/8, 40 secs 100

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Katherine Fotheringham Katherine was born and raised on a farm outside Auchtermuchty, Fife. The freedom and passion for the outdoors that she enjoyed whilst growing up has stayed with her into adulthood and she loves to spend her spare time hill walking and exploring Scotland. Katherine moved to Scone, Perthshire and started to dabble in photography after joining Perth Photo Club. It has now become a huge part of her life and she loves to explore the hills and glens of Scotland with her camera in the hope of capturing some of the magical light and weather that Scotland has to offer. Katherine tries to capture mood in her photos and hopes that the viewer feels some of what she was feeling as she took the photo. Katherine loves to research the history and old stories behind the places that she photographs. She loves reading old books, researching long forgotten folk tales and will then try to find the location of these stories.

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Harris Rain Showers, Horgabost Beach Rain showers passing Horgabost Beach on Harris and a rainbow framing Taransay. Printed on Hahnemuhle William Turner 190gsm and framed in white drift wood. ISO 100, 55mm, f10, 1/80 sec, Kase filters.

19.5" x 10.5" 103

ÂŁ200


Ossian's Hall, Perthshire Ossian's Hall at the Hermitage, near Dunkeld. Printed on Lustre paper and framed in black 19.5" x 10.5"

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Sunrise on Suilven, Assynt Sunrise from the summit of Suilven, Assynt. Printed on Hahnemuhle William Turner 190gsm and framed in dark wood ISO 100, 55mm, f10, 1/80 sec, Kase Filters

19.5" x 10.9" 105

ÂŁ200


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Paul Millar Paul is a Multi Award winning professional photographer from the Glasgow area. His view on photography comes from an admiration of those who can put pencil to paper and paint to canvas, allowing him to use his photography to fulfil a creative obsession and desire. A question put to Paul, some seven years ago, would perhaps change his life for ever. That question being, you have a DSLR camera, what do you use it for? He hopes from his exhibition images, the answer to that question has been fulfilled, as he travels Scotland capturing the light from the darkness. Paul now brands himself under the banner Paul Millar Photography, offering bespoke fine art framed prints to the highest of standards. Additionally, Paul also offers 1 to 1, land, sea and cityscape workshops tailor made to his client’s needs. He also became a Brand Ambassador for Formatt Hitech Filters last year and is very proud of this achievement.

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Sango Colours, Sango Bay, Durness The early morning December light at Sango Bay by Durness, brought me a feeling of solitude, in a morning of pastel toned skies. Printed on Fine Art, Smooth Cotton Rage, Fotospeed paper, black frame 43x26 `Inches, double mounted in Antique White. Nikon D850, 24-70mm f2,8 lens, f/9, 24mm, 2.5 sec, ISO 100

38" x 19" 107

ÂŁ290


Lochan of Ice, Black Mount, Glencoe After a morning spent in Glencoe, heading back along the A82. I found myself looking over the Back Mount and the beautiful zig zag in the ice that had caught my eye and what made for an intriguing composition. Printed on Fine Art Baryta, bright white paper in black inks only, black frame 26x26 Inches, mounted in white with black inlay. Nikon D850, 24-70mm f2.8 lens, f/14, 70mm, 1/60 sec, ISO 125

16" x 16" 108

ÂŁ180


The Tower House, Castle Stalker, Argyll Castle Stalker, with a twist, using the technique of in camera movement and CPL filter to bring movement in colour. Printed on Fine Art, Smooth Cotton Rage, Fotospeed paper, black frame 26x26 `Inches, double mounted in Antique White. Nikon D850, 24-70mm f2.8 lens, f/16, 29mm, 1/4 sec, ISO 50

16" x 16" 109

ÂŁ180


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Kevin Ainslie Kevin started out doing photography at school over 30 years ago. The course at school was a module covering the basics of film photography - how to use the camera, exposure triangle, processing the negatives, and printing in the darkroom. He took to it like a duck to water, and at the end of the module he was so proud to have his image shown in an exhibition highlighting the best photos produced on the course. He immediately left school after the course. Life, work, love, and kids all took up his time until his marriage broke up. In 2013 he fell back into photography to fill a void in his life. Kevin joined the Society of Scottish Landscape photographers, a great group of like minded people who want to share Scotland’s beauty. Now, Kevin is happily remarried and balances a full time job in Retail with photographing landscapes, weddings, portraits and property. And, ironically, in his free time, his preferred format has again become shooting film, and he is loving every minute of it.

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Bagh Steinigidh Storm, Isle of Harris. On my first visit to Harris in February 2018, I was treated to stormy weather, snow, hail, and fast moving light. I found a composition that would capture the waves crashing into the rocks and receding to the sea with the majestic snow covered Harris mountains. Printed on Hahnemuhle William Turner 190 gsm paper with a 2.5” white mount and black satin frame. Sony A7RII 24-70 f4 3.2sec at f10 and ISO 100

20” x 24” 111

£220


Cottage on the Glen One of the most iconic scenes in Glen Coe in the most typical of winter days. The dreich conditions sum up for me the harshness of the Scottish highlands. Printed on Epson fine art cotton 215gsm paper mounted on white in an Oxford plus silver trimmed frame. Sony A7RII 24-70 f4 0.6sec at f11 ISO 200

20” x 24” 112

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Tom Clark Tom started to rediscover his interest in landscape photography about 10 years ago as digital cameras became more widely available. Even with this new format he quickly realised that he needed to better understand the processing software in order to achieve the results he was looking for. After attending evening photography classes, watching lots of YouTube videos and reading photography magazines got himself to a level that was confident enough to show his work, with success in many competitions in local camera clubs. Currently an active member of Paisley Colour Photographic Club.

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Glen Coe Winter, Glen Coe Taken on a beautiful April day looking over Lochan na Fola to the Buachaille Etive Beag at the start of road into Glen Coe.

Printed on Brilliant Satin Matt White Acid Free 300gsm Canon 70D 10-22mm f11 1/320 ISO 100

21.5" x 14" 115

ÂŁ125


The Milarrochy Tree, Balmaha, Loch Lomond A favourite location as it is close to home and so whenever I see weather that looks interesting I can quickly make my way there. This was taken late on Christmas Eve as the sun was setting at the end of the Loch and was giving such beautiful soft light. Printed on Brilliant Satin Matt White Acid Free 300gsm Canon 5D Mk4 16-35 mm f11 30sec ISO 100

21.5"x14" 116

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Light on the Black Mount, Rannoch Moor I had been photographing on Rannoch Moor and was just thinking of packing up as the light was beginning to fade when a gap appeared in the clouds just enough for a shaft of light to hit the top of the mountain, a few seconds later it was gone. Printed on Brilliant Satin Matt White Acid Free 300gsm Canon 5D Mk2 24-105 mm f11 1/60 ISO 100

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David Mould David is a self / Internet taught multi award-winning Landscape Photographer and Fine Art Photo Encaustic Artist. David previously cut my teeth on film photography in his youth of the 1970s, returning to photography in the last twelve years with the development of workable digital technology. Having had many publications and awards over the past ten years for his landscape work , David plans an eventual retirement within the world of mixed media Fine Art Photography. David tries to create, through the initial photographic technique and textured photo processing, an evocative and individual bespoke piece of art conveying the mood and feeling of the landscape, whilst attempting to elevate it to another level by adding textures, not only digitally, but physically, by means of applying encaustic medium (wax and pine resin), adding additional tactile and ethereal elements to the piece. www.davidmould.co.uk

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Loch Rusky, Boat and Buoy A mixture of encaustic medium (wax and resin), fused over a fine art Gilcee paper, and the addition of the texture by means of hot air gun and encaustic flat iron elevate this evocative solo boat image from Loch Rusky to a different and interesting level. Permajet Omega Giclee paper, mixed encaustic media, tulipwood braced panel Fujifilm X-T2, Fujinon 56mm, 1/180second @ f1.6 ISO 500

24" x 24" 119

ÂŁ350


Fence-line Fenwick Moor The texture with the mixed medium was created to enhance the ethereal feel within the negative spaces of the photographic image taken on Fenwick Moor on a 'dreich' Scottish morning... Permajet Omega Giclee paper, mixed encaustic media, tulipwood braced panel Fujifilm X-T2, Fujinon 55-200mm, 1/150second @ f4.0 ISO 200

36" x 18" 120

ÂŁ390


Wind Blown Tree, Perthshire The textures of the wax, resin, tissue together with the application techniques add to the mystique of this already intriguing natural work of nature. Archival ink printed tissue paper encased in encaustic medium, tulipwood braced panel Fujifilm X-T2, Fujinon 55-200mm, 1/50second @ f4.8 ISO 200

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Davie Hudson Davie's style can and has been described as dark, but it's a darkness that adds calmness and serenity to the images. Being a film shooter all of the images in the exhibition have been shot on film and all scratches and blemishes have been left... life isn't perfect and Davie feels images should represent his vision on life, that includes wear and damage which shows the life we all have had. Davie says " I am a big fan of the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi which embraces impermanence and the natural cycle of life and all of my images need to represent that. Shooting film I have found is the perfect way to achieve this" All of the images are framed in vintage sourced frames making them editions of 1 that can never be recreated and this is something Davie does with all his images.

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Balanced Calm, Birks of Aberfeldy This image was made in The Birks of Aberfeldy and on the day it just seemed right to me, it is calming when combined with the water. Usually I am not a fan of stacking stones in the this style but on that day and in this image it was a welcome experience Printed on Epson Fine art Cotton Paper and framed in individually sourced vintage frame and mount. Fuji GW690 and Kodak Portra 400 Film

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Gloriously Abandoned, Somewhere in Angus I don't know what it is about me that I am inexorably drawn to old things, things that have had a life and these old sheds were no different. The day I made this shot I was using a 1953 Zeiss folding camera and this shows in the 'age' of the image. Printed on HahnemĂźhle Torchon Paper and framed in individually sourced vintage frame and mount. 1953 Zeiss Ikon and Iford Delta 400 Film

18" x 25" 124

ÂŁ180


Soothing Sakura, Dawson Park Dundee As an artist I am obsessed with Cherry Blossom and spend most of the month of May shooting them and nothing else. I loved the subtlety of this image and find it very calming and serene. Printed on HahnemĂźhle William Turner Paper and framed in individually sourced vintage frame and mount. Pentax Spotmatic F and expired Fuji Sensia Film

15" x 11" 125

ÂŁ120


The Art of Zen Gardening, Dollar This image was a happy accident, I was on my way somewhere else when I stumbled upon a Japanese Garden, and being a lover of Japanese culture I had to go in. Like my other images this has a calmness and a discipline that I love. Printed on HahnemĂźhle Torchon Paper and framed in individually sourced vintage frame and mount. Rollei QZ35T and Fuji Velvia Film, Processed as Black & White

11" x 22" 126

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David Queenan David Queenan is a freelance graphic designer and photographer based in central Scotland. He was first introduced to film photography while studying for a degree in Graphic Design at Dundee College of Art and credits the use of Photoshop in his career as a graphic artist for developing an interest in digital photography. He now mainly shoots Scottish landscapes and has been commended in both the Scottish and UK Landscape Photographer of the Year competitions as well as winning the Scottish Nature Photography Awards in 2015.

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Back & Forth, South Queensferry Commuter train making it's way across the Forth Bridge into Edinburgh as low cloud starts to descend and threatens to block out the rising sun. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300gsm with a white mount in a black frame and non-reflective glass. Fujifilm X-T3, Fujinon XF50-140mm, 1/300 sec at f8, ISO 160

15" x 11" 129

ÂŁ120


Wallace View, Stirling The Wallace Monument taken at sunrise on a misty autumnal morning from the banks of the River Forth as it winds its way around Stirling. Printed on Fotospeed Smooth Cotton Rag 300gsm with a white mount in a black frame and non-reflective glass. Fujifilm X-T3, Fujinon XF16-55mm, 1/2 sec at f11, ISO 160

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Brian Cathie Brian Cathie is an amateur photographer based on the outskirts of Glasgow, he first took up photography in 2008 when he joined Kirkintilloch Camera Club. While Brian is happy to shoot many genres of photography, it is his love of Scotland and its magnificent scenery that has made landscape photography his preferred choice of subject. He says “Scotland with its majestic mountains, wild moorlands and rugged coastline has an abundance of beautiful and spectacular locations to photograph and through my photography I have visited many of them. Getting out with my camera and capturing images brings me great pleasure, but to go on and produce a beautiful print that reflects what I have seen, and to be able to share it with others is immensely satisfying” In 2019 Brian was awarded the FIAP Gold medal for ‘Best Monochrome Landscape’ at the 96th Scottish International Salon, an achievement of which he is particularly proud.

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Milton Mist, Loch Ard The Milton Basin on a cold crisp morning with the mist starting to lift revealing the little boathouse on the opposite bank. I love how the warmer colours and stiffness of the reeds in the foreground contrast with the cooler softer tones in the background. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300g, Double mounted in Black Wooden frame with non reflective glass Canon 24-105 @ 73mm, f14, ISO 100, 1/6sec

15" x 11" 133

ÂŁ95


Moody Elgol, Skye This image captures everything that is magical about this location. With fantastic geology, ever changing light and unpredictable weather. While the evening sun kisses the rocks, rain clouds gather over the Black Cuillin Mountains adding atmosphere and drama. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300g, Double mounted in Black Wooden frame with non reflective glass Canon 24-105 @ 28mm, f16, ISO 100, 1/3sec

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The Fairy Pools, Glenbrittle, Skye The crystal clear waters and waterfalls of the fairy pools near Glenbrittle, are as dramatic as they are beautiful. On an otherwise dull day, a few fleeting moments of sunlight dappled the distant peak of Sgurr an Fheadain lifting my spirits and the image. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300g, Double mounted in Black Wooden frame with non reflective glass Canon 24-105 @ 32mm, f16, ISO 100, 1/4sec

15" x 11" 135

ÂŁ95


The Thaw Begins, Rannoch Moor The four munros of the Blackmount, resplendent in their winter coats provide a wonderful backdrop to the melting ice and seemingly lifeless landscape of Rannoch Moor. The amazing cloud patterns were an added bonus as were the tiny bird footprints in the snow. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Baryta 300g, Double mounted in Black Wooden frame with non reflective glass Canon 24-105 @ 24mm, f16, ISO 100, 1/40sec

15" x 11" 136

ÂŁ95


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Vinny Keenan Vinny is a landscape/seascape photographer based in Argyll & Bute Scotland, His images are best known in lots of the photography circles of social media and tourism, mainly in promoting attractions and scenic locations around Scotland. He is a passionate photographer who strives to evoke the viewer into a real sense of the being there, while capturing the moment. The road to becoming a photographer has been a lifetime journey for him, his interest in photography peaked to a new level after using a basic DSLR for the first time. He continues to strive forward creating and learning but most importantly enjoying the art along the way.

VinnyKeenanPhotography.com

instagram.com/vinnykeenanphotography 138

vinny_keenan@yahoo.com


The Flood, Loch Awe The flood on loch Awe, Argyll & Bute. This image was taken after a week of persistent heavy rain in Argyll & Bute. Aluminum gloss sheet Nikon D7200 Nikon 35mm

29.5” x 19.7” 139

£195


The Storm, Loch Lomond. The remnants of the storm, Storm Dennis, the storm that created so much havoc across the country. Aluminum gloss sheet Nikon D750, Tamron 24-70mm

29.5” x 19.7” 140

£195


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Kenny Muir Kenny was brought up in Upper Nithsdale, a picturesque and rarely visited rural community in southern Scotland. Whilst photography has not always been part of his life, he came to appreciate the local landscapes through walking and camping in the Southern Upland hills. His interest in landscape photography began in 2005 and since then his photographic journey has taken him to Iceland, New Zealand (where he spent sixteen months) and China. He moved to the Scottish Highlands in 2016 to take up post as a medical consultant in Inverness and landscape photography has become a perfect antidote to the fast-paced hospital environment. He has become increasingly drawn to the wilder locations in Scotland. A focus of the last four years has been Glen Affric, which contains one of Scotland's finest remaining remnants of Caledonian forest. A selection of these images are presented here.

www.kennymuir.com

www.instagram.com/kennymuir 142

k.r.muir@live.co.uk


Fragmented Wilderness, Glen Affric Many of the pine trees in the remaining fragments of Caledonian forest are now several hundred years old and reaching the end of their natural lives. To me this tree symbolises the importance of protecting and regenerating our native woodlands. Printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre paper, and framed in a contemporary black frame. 1/13 sec, f/16, ISO 100, focal length 25mm (full frame)

21” x 14” 143

£180


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Brian Doyle Brian spreads himself across many genres but is most at home in the Scottish Landscape. Brian has always been interested in photography, be it an iconic image, portrait or a definitive moment in time. The desire to make his own images didn’t embed itself until the mid 2000’s with the availability of Digital SLR camera’s and a young family to practice on. A change in circumstances meant the golf clubs had to be retired and Brian found a little more time to dedicate to photography. Joining his local Camera Club, Brian had to expand his knowledge quickly to compete with the best photographers at the Club and whilst competition isn’t necessarily what drives Brian, it did act as an catalyst to accelerate his knowledge and skills. Brian's landscape work is mostly captured on a high resolution mirrorless camera.

briandoylephotogrpahy.com

instagram: @briandoyleimages 144

briandoyle2@btinternet.com


Storm Light, Aberdeen Taken at the South Breakwater of Aberdeen Harbour, during the "Beast from the East" storm. It was bitingly cold waiting for that brief moment of light and and the aftermath of a crashing wave for the light to create a spectrum through it. Printed on Fujifilm Photo Rag in a 20 x 16" Dark Birch Frame with a white mount. (Profits donated to MacMillan Cancer) Canon 5D Mark IV, 70-200mm lens at 70mm, 1/2500th sec @ f8, ISO 800. 145

15"x 11"

ÂŁ150


First Light, Lochan na h-Achlaise, Rannoch Moor Arriving at my favourite location on Lochan na h-Achlaise, it was magical to see the it frozen over. Settling on this composition it was a question of waiting and hoping for the rising sun to break through and kiss the top of Black Mount in the distance. Printed on Fujifilm Photo Rag in a 20 x 16" Dark Birch Frame with a white mount. (Profits donated to MacMillan Cancer) Sony A7Rii, Canon 16-35mm lens at 26mm, 1/15th second @ f16, ISO 100. 146

15 x 11

ÂŁ150


Dark Rùm, Bay of Laig, Isle of Eigg I had the whole Beach at the Bay of Laig on Eigg to myself this early August evening. Waiting patiently for sunset, the dark clouds throwing Rùm into silhouette, produced almost biblical light for for a couple of minutes, It was worth the wait. Printed on Fujifilm Photo Rag in a 20 x 16" Dark Birch Frame with a white mount. (Profits donated to MacMillan Cancer) Sony A7Riii, Canon 16-35mm lens at 26mm, half a second @ f16, ISO 100. 147

15" x 11"

£150


Assynt Reflections, Loch Druim Suardalain Knowing we'd be arriving in the dark for sunrise, we had scouted the day before for our composition and set up in anticipation of the light. The Lochan was like a mirror and provided perfect reflections of Canisp and Suilven. Printed on Fujifilm Photo Rag in a 20 x 16" Dark Birch Frame with a white mount. (Profits donated to MacMillan Cancer) Sony A7RiiI, Canon 24-105mm lens at 55mm, 0.4 secondS @ f14, ISO 100. 148

15" x 11"

ÂŁ150


Poseidon's Trident, Isle of Harris Stunning Traigh Rosamol as the sun is setting over the Harris Hills. The receding tide had left the beach pristine, apart from the black volcanic deposits which the tide had drawn out making an almost trident like shape in the sand. Printed on HahnemĂźhle Torchon textured paper in a 27" x 23" Black Satin Frame with white mount. Profits donated to MacMillan Cancer) 20" x 16"

Sony A7Rii, 24mm Tilt Shift Lens, 1/3rd of a second @ f16, ISO 50. 149

ÂŁ200


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Alan Gray LRPS Alan is a Landscape photographer based in Hillfoots area of Clackmannanshire, Scotland. He is a passionate photographer finding great comfort & wellbeing within his photography. Alan started his photography journey with a basic film SLR back in 1990’s but due to family commitments took a break until 2011/2, when his passion was rekindled while being introduced to digital photography by a friend. Alan is the winner of a FIAP Gold medal (Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique) for his landscape photography & has had multiple acceptances in International Photographic Salons, he is also a member of the Royal Photographic Society where he has been awarded a Licentiate distinction, his photographs have also been published on book covers & in magazines.

www.alangrayimages.com

facebook.com/AlanGrayImages 150

alan@alangrayimages.com


Crashing Waves Bow Fiddle Rock Bow fiddle rock is a spectacular natural arch formation at Portknockie on the Moray Firth Scotland, I used a relatively slow shutter speed to show the movement in the waves but still capture the crashing waves in the distance. Printed on Permajet Photo Art Silk 300gsm

Framed by Forth Valley Framing

1 sec exposure f16 ISO 50

15" x 10" 151

ÂŁ80


Praying hands of Mary The praying hands of Mary (commonly known just as the praying hands) is an Erratic Stone deposited thousands of years ago by a melting glacier on the side of Creag nan Eildeag, which has stunning views down Glen Lyon in Perthshire Scotland Printed on Permajet Photo Art Silk 300gsm 18" x 12" ÂŁ95.00 152


St Monans Breakwater St Monans Harbor is situated in the East Nuke of Fife, Scotland., I blended 5 photographs to capture as many waves crashing over the wall as possible using a slow shutter speed & softened the overall image to create an ethereal feel to the final image. Printed on Permajet Photo Art Silk 300gsm

Framed by Forth Valley Framing 15" x 10" ÂŁ80.00

5 x 6 sec exposures f18 ISO 640 153


Misty woodland I spotted this location at a local birch woodland near Alloa Scotland a number of years ago but had to wait until autumn last year to capture the misty autumnal morning I had envisaged. Printed on Permajet Photo Art Silk 300gsm 13th sec f11 ISO 200

23" x 33 " 154

ÂŁ95


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Cat Burton Cat Burton is a professional photographer and explorer based in the beautiful county of Perthshire. Known for her atmospheric and ethereal images, Cat has exhibited her work across Scotland and has collectors of her work across the world. She loves to explore the Scottish outdoors and photograph the things she discovers along the way. Her favourite subjects are those you find in the countryside, such as trees, wildlife and ruins. Cat teaches bespoke photography and post-processing workshops across Perthshire and regularly speaks at camera clubs and local venues.

www.catburton.co.uk

instagram.com/catburtonphotography 156

cat@catburton.co.uk


Fairy Hill Of The Caledonians (Schiehallion) Panoramic moonrise over Schiehallion, photographed from Loch Rannoch in Perthshire. Printed on HahnemĂźhle Fine Art Pearl Panorama of multiple images shot with Sony a7ii, 100-400mm lens (at 250mm), f/8 157

40" x 12"

ÂŁ450


Land Of The Dreamer (Perthshire) View over the hazy Perthshire hills at dusk from Strath Fionan. Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl Sony a7ii, 100-400mm lens (at 400mm), f/8

21” x 14.5” 158

£300


Maybe Tomorrow (Perthshire) Sunset over the Perthshire hills, photographed from the side of Schiehallion. Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl Sony a7ii, 100-400mm lens (at 400mm), f/8

21” x 14.5” 159

£300


The Attraction Of Mountains (Loch Rannoch) Schiehallion reflected in the calm waters of Loch Rannoch, Perthshire. Printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl Sony a7ii, 100-400mm lens (at 100mm), f/11

21” x 14.5” 160

£325


Mastering every situation. The new era of professional photography. ZEISS Batis Lenses The Batis® autofocus lenses from ZEISS were specially developed for mirrorless full-frame system cameras from Sony. The lenses are fully compatible with all E mount cameras and off er not only fast, quiet autofocus, but also protection against dust and weather. For creative photography, the innovative OLED display shows the distance and depth of fi eld. zeiss.com 161


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John McSporran John McSporran is a landscape photographer living in Erskine and The Trossachs areas of Scotland. He has a particular love of mountain photography which he combines with wild camping. He normally climbs (or descends) mountains in the dark, before dawn or after sunset, to catch those special moments as the sun rises and sets – the ‘golden hours’ of landscape photography. "I do it in all weathers and at all times of the year. I have been up top in knee deep snow when the temperatures are 'a wee bit chilly’ (minus 20) requiring the use of crampons and ice axe: or been caught in a storm on a mountain top in 60mph winds when the tent has collapsed about me. At other times I can be found beside the lochs of Scotland to capture the morning mists or dawn reflections. I love these experiences - the joys of landscape photography". He is a finalist and runner-up in the Mountain Photo of the Year competition.

www.johnmcsporran.com

Instagram - jmcsporran 162

john_mcsporran@hotmail.co.uk


The Dark Night Rises, Glen Coe Stob Dubh, the dark peak of Buachaille Etive Beag, Glen Coe, taken from Stob Coire Raineach. Night time shot. Printed on Alumini Metal 30" x 15" 163

ÂŁ200


The Big Boochle from Beinn a'Chrulaiste, Glen Coe Buachaille Etive Mor, Glen Coe, rising like an island above a temperature inversion in mid-winter, taken from Stob Beinn a'Chrulaiste. Printed on Dibond 40" x 20" 164

ÂŁ250


The Mamore Mountains from Stob Mhic Mhartuin The Mamore Mountains as the first light of winter sunrise hits the peaks picking out the detail in the landscape. Shot from Stob Mhic Mhartuin after a night climb up the Devil's Staircase. Printed on Alumini Metal 30" x 15" 165

ÂŁ250


Twin Peaks, Glen Coe The two Munro peaks of Buachaille Etive Beag, Stob Dubh in the background and Stob Coire Raineach in the foreground, as the first light of winter sunrise strikes the mountain. Printed on Alumini Metal 30" x 15" 166

ÂŁ250


The Ridge Walker, Stob Dubh A climber on the final pull up the ridge to the peak of Stob Dubh. I climbed the mountain with Rob Stevens, another landscape photographer, and took this shot of him silhouetted again the skyline as he made his way to the summit. Printed on Alumini Metal 30" x 15 " 167

ÂŁ250


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Euan Ross Euan is an amateur Scottish landscape photographer based in Glasgow in the West of Scotland. His interest in photography stems from his love of travel but it is only in recent years that it has developed into a true passion. Euan’s main interest is in the landscape with a particular focus on the coast but he shoots for himself first and foremost and photographs scenes that appeal to him. It’s a continuous journey as he strives to improve his work wherever possible, even by just the smallest of margins. In recent years he has exhibited work at open exhibitions including the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts.

www.circa35mm.com

instagram.com/circa35mm 168

euan@circa35mm.com


Tidal Energies #1 This print is part of a series of work which observes the variations of tidal patterns passing across the Bay of Laig on the Isle of Eigg. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Etching 285gm. Limited Edition of 15. Nikon D800 with Sigma 35mm Art Lens

7" x 7� 169

ÂŁ150


Tidal Energies #2 This print is part of a series of work which observes the variations of tidal patterns passing across the Bay of Laig on the Isle of Eigg. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Etching 285gm. Limited Edition of 15. Nikon D800 with Sigma 35mm Art Lens

7" x 7� 170

ÂŁ150


Tidal Energies #3 This print is part of a series of work which observes the variations of tidal patterns passing across the Bay of Laig on the Isle of Eigg. Printed on Fotospeed Platinum Etching 285gm. Limited Edition of 15. Nikon D800 with Sigma 35mm Art Lens

7" x 7� 171

ÂŁ150


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Warren Fyffe

Warren Fyffe is a landscape photographer based in Burntisland, Fife. The local coastline provides the inspiration for the majority of his work, but he also enjoys climbing the mountains of Scotland capturing images that show the dramatic contrast in the Scottish landsacpe.

facebook.com/warren.fyffe

avgs@live.co.uk 172


'Drift Away' - Crail, Fife There's no better place than to sit at the beach and wait for the sunset colours to fill the sky - a very subtle display on a spring day Printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper Nikon D700 - Nikon 18-35mm @ 32mm - ISO160 - f/16 - 1.3sec Exposure 173

24"x16"

ÂŁ125


'Going Up' - Buachaille Etive Mor An intimate photograph of Buachaille Etive Mor. It's only when you look closely that you can see the climbers edging ever closer to the summit. Printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper Nikon D700 - Tamron 70-300mm @ 250mm - f/9 - ISO200 - 1/200sec Exposure 174

24"x16"

ÂŁ125


'River Sunset' - River Forth Watching the sunset colours skip across the surface of the water Printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper Nikon D700 - Tamron 28-75mm @ 70mm - ISO160 - f/22 - 1/5 sec Exposure 175

20"x20"

ÂŁ125


'McSporran's V' - Buachaille Etive Mor Taking inspiration from fellow photographer John McSporran and his amazing image from this location, I returned to capture my own version of the mountain in winter conditions. Printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper Nikon D750 - Nikon 18-35mm @ 29mm - ISO400 - f/9 - 1/250sec Exposure 176

32"x18"

ÂŁ149


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ZEISS Milvus Lenses The MilvusŽ lenses from ZEISS will impress you with their constantly excellent image performance across all focal lengths – regardless of whether they are used for portrait, landscape, event or other types of photography. They are optimised for high-resolution DSLR cameras. zeiss.com 177


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Seán Kerr Seán is a Scottish landscape & nature photographer from Dunblane and a regular visitor to the Isle of Harris. To Seán, Harris feels like a home from home. These images are from his exhibition ‘The Wonder of Harris’, which has displayed on Harris (twice) and Glasgow and he has published an associated limited edition book. His love of the natural world is fused with a deep passion for representing that world in context and with the utmost respect and integrity. He will always attempt to recreate the wonder of nature faithfully and, in his view, the wow factor should come from nature, not over-processing and digital manipulation. He firmly believes that the true essence of great photography is the art, so that the final image not only looks pleasing to the eye, but also has real context, evokes emotion and inspires the human imagination. Seán is an ambassador for Zeiss Camera Lenses and Formatt Hitech Filters. www.seankerrphotography.com

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sean@seankerrphotography.com


"Brooding Luskentyre", Isle of Harris Looking SW from the expansive white sands of Luskentyre on the Isle of Harris, across the Sound of Taransay, at sunset. The brooding cloud is both tinged with shades of pink and lilac and, at the same time, is releasing a rain shower in the distance. Art Panel: printed, laminated and UV protected. Fixings supplied. Canon EOS 5DS R, EF16-30mm f/4L IS USM, 16mm, 1.3 sec at f/11 and ISO100 179

16"x20"

ÂŁ150


"In Balance", Isle of Harris Impressionist image of TrĂ igh Scarasta on the Isle of Harris. Taken not long after sunrise, the lilac tones in the sky are gorgeous against the aqua and white sea and the light sand. Art Panel: printed, laminated and UV protected. Fixings supplied. Canon EOS 5DS R, EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, 24mm, 0.8 sec at f/11 and ISO160 180

16"x20"

ÂŁ150


"Storm Brewing", Isle of Harris Heavy hailstorm clouds out to sea at sunset. I used camera movement to capture the blend of colours in an impressionist style that felt almost dreamlike, that didn’t focus on any of the details but was instantly recognisable as a Hebridean beach. Art Panel: printed, laminated and UV protected. Fixings supplied. Canon EOS 5DS R, EF24-105 f/4L IS USM, 24mm, 0.3 sec at f/11 and ISO100 181

16"x16"

ÂŁ135


"The Sound of Power", Isle of Harris In the Sound of Taransay, a powerful wave breaks & is blown in the strong wind on approach to Scarista Beach just after sunrise on a typical stormy Hebridean day. Shutter speed chosen to retain the form of the wave but portray its movement to convey its power. Art Panel: printed, laminated and UV protected. Fixings supplied. Canon EOS 5DS R, EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM, 70mm, 0.6 sec at f/11 and ISO100 182

32"x16"

ÂŁ215


Making beautiful details come to life. Flawless image quality for compact APS-C systems.

ZEISS Touit Lenses The Touit ® product family from ZEISS comprises compact autofocus lenses for mirrorless APS-C cameras with Sony E mount or Fujifi lm X mount. These lightweight yet robust lenses off er outstanding image quality with these system cameras. zeiss.com 183


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Scott Masterton Scott captures light and uses it to create unique landscape images with a modern contemporary feel. For him photography is about hunting light. Using the ancient instincts of the hunt to plan, reconnoitre, watch, wait, take aim and shoot. But instead of bringing death, he brings to life a unique moment of light and time, making it immortal. He loves exploring the beauty of our planet through photography and especially likes how the act of taking photographs helps to anchor him in the here and now, heightening his senses and enhancing the moment. He tends towards minimal long exposures in a lot of his images as he enjoys the empty places of our beautiful planet and finds the interaction of light and time particularly fascinating. His images reflect his vision of what he saw and felt at the moment of capture.

www.fascinatinglight.com

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'The light saved my life' Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick, Firth of Forth, view of Bass Rock with its world famous Gannet Colony and Lighthouse.

Premium HD Metal Print (Weather & Water Resistant) (other sizes available online) Pentax KS-2, Sigma 18-300mm

30" x 20" 185

ÂŁ220


'Sunlight' Scotland, Perth & Kinross, Kinclaven (Ballathie), bluebells and trees under dappled sunlight.

Premium HD Metal Print (Weather & Water Resistant) (other sizes available online) Pentax K-70, Sigma 10-20mm

30" x 20" 186

ÂŁ220


'Tantallon Castle' Scotland, East Lothian, North Berwick, silhouette of Tantallon Castle from Seacliff beach.

Premium HD Metal Print (Weather & Water Resistant) (other sizes available online)

30" x 20"

Pentax K-70, Sigma 17-70mm 187

ÂŁ220


'Sligachan Old Bridge' Scotland, Isle of Skye, Sligachan Old Bridge with the Cuillin mountain ranges in the distance.

Premium HD Metal Print (Weather & Water Resistant) (other sizes available online) Pentax K-70, Sigma 10-20mm

30" x 20" 188

ÂŁ220


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Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers - E-Book 2020  

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers Exhibition for 2020. This year’s event is the largest we...

Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers - E-Book 2020  

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers Exhibition for 2020. This year’s event is the largest we...

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