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On an island you know everybody so a visit to the shops is a social occasion. On an island you don’t need satnav – just keep going and you’ll either end up somewhere interesting or back at the point where you started wondering where you were. On an island single track roads aren’t a big deal. […]

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I visit the old graveyard in Ashaig quite a lot. I stand in it after dark when the sky is clear while the Northern Lights flicker and dance. The graveyard is a splendid vantage point to photograph the aurora. While my camera is doing it’s long exposure thing I am left to look around me. […]

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We have photographed more than a few cups of tea and coffee in our time. A hot cup of something nice always makes everything better and that is true of photography as much as everything else. How to show somewhere is comfortable and welcoming? A nice cuppa sitting on the table by the window does […]

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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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With property photography many people know that the better the picture the better the chance of standing out and being booked before your competitors. The thing is – and it’s a big thing – that after having spent a great deal of time, effort and money on their property, and bringing us in to photograph […]

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