Tag Archives: landscape 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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There is a thing I do on Twitter, it’s called Dog Walk Distractions. I thought it would be fun to collect a few highlights and explain what was behind it. A dog walk is a daily occurrence. If not twice daily – our dogs are brim full of energy, with a difficult to find off-switch. […]

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Knoydart House is a large and shiny jewel in the West Highland holiday home crown. A large, state of the art, stylishly and carefully designed purpose built retreat for 10 people to stay in utter comfort amongst the remote beauty of the Knoydart peninsula. We have long admired it and it’s presence on social media. […]

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I was heading to Raasay House to shoot some promotional images. Raasay House sits close to the ferry slipway so I was on foot, leaving the car at the swanky new ferry terminal in Sconser. If I had remembered how shiny and fresh out of the box everything was I would have washed my car. […]

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The problem with having landscapes with iconic views is that icons attract bus parties and bus parties are not attractive to landscape photographs.  This means if you want to photograph  any of the many iconic bits and pieces of the Skye landscape you either get up really early or go in the middle of winter […]

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