Reviews & Articles

Scottish Nature Photography Awards

Ruth Grindrod

March 2020

Congratulations to Ruth Grindrod Ruth Grindrod Landscape Photography announced today as the Scottish Nature Photography Awards Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2019 with her Sea & Coast image, Three Rocks, taken at the Butt of Lewis.

Ben A'an - 100 times

by John McSporran

March 2020

On 6 October 2018 I completed a task I set myself three years ago, climb one mountain 100 times. Being a sensible chap (although this point is debatable – what sensible person climbs the same mountain 100 times in 3 years),

The tipping point at Lochan Nan Cat

by Peter Ribbeck

November 2019

It was 5pm Sunday and I had just finished my 7th day of work. It was now time to drive the 2 hrs 10 minutes to Lawers in Perthshire, then a 2 hr 20 minute ascent in the dark up to Lochan nan Cat at the foot of Ben Lawers.

The night sky over Loch Shieldaig

by Peter Ribbeck

November 2019

This was my last night of a 5 day tour around the far north west of Scotland. The weather and conditions had been challenging all week. I checked the weather forecast for the Torridon area on my phone and we were to have little cloud cover overnight!

The Art of Modern Landscape Photography by Davie Hudson

Why a Northern Soul DJ took to the Scottish Highlands. In this article Davie talks about getting started in Landscape Photography.

Approaching Landscape Photography by Seán Kerr

How to Capture the character, context and integrity of the landscape.

A Week With The Nikon Z7 By Mike Prince

Landscape photographer Mike Prince in the field with the Nikon Z7.

Kase Filters Review by Martin Steele

Recently I was approached by KASE Filters to trial their filter kit. The following article shares my own thoughts on these filters.

Photography & Wild Camping - What to Take by John McSporran

Anybody can do wild camping and photography in Scotland. John shares some excellent advice on how to improve your experience.

Photographers guide to Loch Ard by David Mould

Described as one of the most photographed lochs in Scotland, Loch Ard belies it's size and provides the photographer a multitude of scenes, in all four seasons.