Tag Archives: Event Photography

It’s quite important. In our part of the world it can be why people come here. it’s a big selling point. It’s one of the first questions those people ask about properties “What’s the view like?” No pressure then. All that we absolutely have to show is that where we are photographing resides in somewhere interesting/spectacular/astounding/breathtaking/beautiful. […]

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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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Right, don’t eat the dessert until I say so. Got it? Good.   We will come back to this… In the course of our work we have to do quite a bit of direction of talent. Meals have to be eaten, coffee drunk, cakes scoffed, rooms enjoyed, views admired and so forth. Not arduous tasks by any means and […]

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You drive along the same road many times. You see that someone is building a house. You watch it rise. You admire it’s design and wonder what it’s going to be like when it’s finished. You wonder what it’s going to be like inside. Quite often we get an opportunity to find out. Many houses are built on Skye with […]

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