Tag Archives: Scottish photography

I come from an era where learning was not fun, it was endured. In fact the line between education and punishment was pretty thin. This made a recent photographic assignment all the more special. It was educational… and fun… at the same time! I was tasked by HIE to record primary 6 and 7 pupils […]

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This post was written quite a while ago… a couple of years before the Senior Assistant sadly died. She had the best life we could give her and was the heart, soul and hub of our family. We revolved around her.  She’s lying by my desk snoring gently, trying to be discrete, trying to not […]

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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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  A  day of planned endeavours stretched out ahead of us. Rosie had weddings to edit, blogs to submit and the washing to do. Such is the life of a famous wedding photographer. I had a website to build and the washing to hang out. Such is the life of the less famous commercial photographer […]

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Embargo – an order to temporarily stop something, especially trading or giving information: Having images embargoed is quite common in our line of work. From not letting on a couple has eloped to not sharing photographs of a product till it’s ready for launch by way of keeping pictures under wraps until the designer has finished tinkering with the website. These embargos […]

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