Tag Archives: Holiday Cottages

I used to work in some rufty-tufty environments. Places full of excessive testosterone and misplaced machismo. Where men were constantly over compensating and women were glad they were elsewhere… Now I work pretty much alone and it’s quite nice. No toxic masculinity or competitiveness. Just me, my camera and lots of nice stuff to photograph. […]

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We Like the Bosville Hotel, they do it right. I’m not talking about serving food, making guests comfortable and providing a pleasant atmosphere. Rest assured they do do that, 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 talking […]

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In days of yore you went over the sea to Skye, and that was enough. Now in this Instagramably influencial, socialy mediated world you need to go that one step further (I know you can get the ferry from Uig to the Outer Isles but if our narrative is to survive we need to draw […]

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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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It’s the quirky, the unique, the engaging that we all want to see. There are, of course certain things that you have to do when photographing a hotel/bed and breakfast/holiday home – rooms, furniture, beds, kitchens and the actual buildings. They are a given and to be expected. However it’s the things that are unique […]

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