2016 has been another cracking year for photography and I’ve had the privilege to have covered a range of events and scenes over the last 12 months or so.
Here’s some of my favourites:
Locals singing away at the front of the main stage of the Christmas Light Switch On in Perth, with the fireworks and confetti cannon all going off at the same time.
The mighty SLADE getting everyone in Perth into the Christmas spirit at the official Light Switch On event.
Another very happy bride and an absolute pleasure to work with. Aberdeen was out of my usual area but the shots worked out well.
The sun setting on the River Tay – there was some really stunning sunsets over the course of 2016
My son picked up a camera for the first time this year and was absolutely loving it. We’re about to go for his Beavers Photography Badge too 🙂
Family Hallowe’en parade making its way down the Perth High Street – what a sight!
The Forfar Funduro is another top-notch Muckmedden event and tested the riders well.
Take a Pride in Perthshire Award ceremony took place at the Salutation Hotel in Perth.
Testing the 85mm F1.8 lens in the local Luncarty fields – never work with children or animals 😉
Another fantastic wedding for another fantastic local couple. I felt terrible that day (some kind of flu – probably man flu!), but was delighted to hear the couple were very pleased with the images.
Dougie McLean playing to a packed street of Perth Peeps for the St Andrew’s Day festivities.
Muckmedden’s Falkirk Funduro – my first visit to this event and hopefully not my last!
Covering the “Beautiful Perth Awards” is always good fun. Here’s Provost Liz Grant handing out some prizes!
Food photography for the newly opened “Crannog Restaurant” in the Salutation Hotel in Kinross.
It was a pleasure to shoot the wedding of my old friend at the Royal George Hotel.
An incredible sight on the streets of Perth as the mini Tattoo makes its way up Tay Street.
I was delighted to be asked to shoot at a press day for the Cream of the Croft mountain bike event.
Zombies in the streets of Perth for the Hallowe’en festivities.
Comrie Croft and Muckmedden held their “Cream of the Croft” event in the summer to a great reception.
The sun setting over Scone – was a bit of a climb but worth it!
The award-winning Enchanted Forest provides a playground of new creative images.
Camera man looking a bit bored inbetween Touring Car races at Knockhill.
The Perth Kilt run was well attended – this group chose to cross the finish line as a unit.
The Fair City Enduro in Perth proved a challenging shoot with fog creating a new level of atmosphere.
Some food photography lessons with a local company.
Testing my new Nikon D750 after picking it up nearby. Cracking camera, cracking results!