Category Archives: Commercial Photography

We really enjoy food photography. One of the reasons for this is the renaissance in fine dining that is energising restaurants through out the West Highlands. There is an exciting and slightly competitive atmosphere. Chefs are creating some wonderful dishes that are a joy to photograph. This being the West Highlands kitchens can rely on […]

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There are many reasons why you don’t  see all of our pictures. Confidentiality clauses, embargoes, keeping secrets and not spoiling surprises. Pictures are wrapped up and hidden away sometimes for months or years before we can share them. I’ve been sitting on pictures from the rather splendid BBC Alba TV series Bannan for a year […]

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Product photography is usually a studio pursuit. Products are carefully photographed and styled in an environment that makes controlling every aspect of the shoot to the minutest degree easy. We seem to do things differently. It’s the fault of our particular environment. Who wouldn’t want to make the most of the spectacular backdrop that surrounds […]

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I had been commissioned to photograph the grand opening of Glenelg’s new football pitch. It had been part financed by a grant from the credit card company Capital One’s Grounds for Improvement scheme and they wanted publicity photographs. Their PR company sent a timetable for the days events, it was very detailed. I dutifully printed […]

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Photograph the hotel not the dog. the hotel not the dog. The hotel – yes. The dog – no. Doesn’t he look good? The  Hotel was lovely. The snag was this handsome and poised fellow. He cried out to be photographed. This is a problem that I’m pretty sure many photographers suffer from. We are by nature […]

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