Monthly Archives: November 2010

This is my friend Fi. She has an amazing daughter, to-die-for-dog, and a pretty cool husband. Just for a change, while we were out walking I thought it would be nice to concentrate on photographing Fi. There was a little glade with a steep hillside, and some mysterious low, soft light hitting it from what…

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Today my work took me to the beautiful island of Tiree. I flew Hebridean Air from Oban Airport, with local legend Julie Angel as pilot. In short, it was a great experience, and although my seat only had a window with the engine directly opposite, it was still worth pointing my new Sony carry-around at…

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  • Julie

    Another hard day at the office! Beautiful shots but don’t think you would get me on that plane!

  • I think the little Sony is great.

This was Inveraray today as I finished a visit there for business. It has been cold and the rain has been a fairly constant feature recently, but days like this are what makes living on the west coast of Scotland so worthwhile. I am so much a portraitist by inclination and by habit now, but…

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  • Wow the little Sony does a job. Considering how many photos I have taken around Inveraray you would be forgiven for thinking I had tried every place from every angle.
    Well I haven’t “blipped” from either of these spots!

  • Jay

    I wonder why the houses are so upset?

Just for a change these are not my pictures posted here. All of the portraits are the ones taken by the 5 really great people who came along to my first portrait workshop on Saturday. It isn’t easy to try a new workshop or format, but my 5 participants made it a real pleasure to…

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