Tag Archives: Photography Isle of Skye

Yes. What else would you say to Marcello Tully, the chef at the world renowned  Kinloch Lodge Hotel? Especially if he was asking us to photograph the dishes he was preparing for a charity cookery book? Wheels set into motion and soon the editor of the book Anand Kapoor was in touch and arrangements were made. […]

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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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Commercial photography is a big part of our daily work. I love it. To create images that attract attention, sell a product and are pleasing as images in themselves is quite a challenge. Product shots in a studio are the most straight forward. We control the environment and are therefore quite relaxed. We choose how […]

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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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