Tag Archives: Scottish landscape photography

Scottish winter landscape photography

We are often asked what we love to¬†photograph, outside of weddings and portraits. One of the things that I’ve always gone back to throughout my years of clicking away at the world, is landscape photography. Not just because of the “look at all of the pretty” side of it (which is admittedly a big part), […]

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Off piste at CairnGorm Mountain – Scottish landscape photography

With snow conditions at their best in years, I just had to squeeze in a quick trip to the Cairngorms for a spot of boarding. While the slopes were really hectic (it was great to see so many little kids learning to ride and ski!), hiking to get some alone time paid off with the […]

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Mud & mountains – Scottish landscape photography

We’re often asked what we get up to when we’re not busy photographing weddings. One of Jay’s loves is landscape photography. And since swapping his skateboard for a road bike a couple of years ago (hitting 30 made him feel too old for half-pipes, but not for lycra!), he’s been enjoying the Scottish countryside more […]

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