Tag Archives: Food Photography

I only had friends because of my Mum’s coffee buns. That’s a big statement, let me elaborate. When I was a teenager, still at school but desperate to be grown up and we were all hanging out where no adults we knew could see us smoking we would eventually get bored, cold or wet and […]

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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 big questions most 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/breath-taking/beautiful. […]

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We Like the Bosville Hotel, they do it right. I’m not talking about serving great food, making guests comfortable and providing an inviting atmosphere. Rest assured that’s what they do, it’s a given. Of course they do, they are one of our clients and obviously we only photograph the best of the best. What I’m […]

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

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Product photography is usually a studio pursuit. Products are carefully photographed and styled in an easily controlled environment. Every aspect of the shoot can be manipulated 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 […]

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