We took a trip down to North Queensferry in order to photograph the progress of the new Forth Crossing. We were treated to a grand sunset too!
A car full of photographers head to Aberdour in the dark.
A few of us set off to Pitlochry for some evening shooting a wee while back. There wasn’t a lot to get our photographic teeth into and Ian ended up recording and editing a video short using Sarah and Martyn as “actors”. You can view the vid and Ian’s few images below. a> A […]
On a freezing cold Wednesday night PK decided it was a good idea to go out with the cameras. We headed into Fife after picking up Craig at the Tay Bridge car park and found a nice area by the water. I’m still on a mission to take great timelapses and so set up my […]
I’ve woken up to what seems to be the end of the world as far as rainy days go. This makes me more happy that we grabbed last night as an opporchancity to get out with the cameras and get some pictures taken! Out with us on this trip were the peeps from Craig Beattie […]
With Darryl, Mike and Martyn loaded into the car, we headed to St Fillans to take some twilight shots of Loch Earn. Unfortunately we had very little time once we got there as the light faded so quickly. Plan B was quickly hatched, with the idea of going back to Comrie and more specifically – […]
November is approaching fast which means that bonfire night will soon be upon us. PK will be shooting the Perth firework display as usual and Ian thought he would share his techniques for capturing these events. The great thing is, it’s easy! EQUIPMENT NEEDED A sturdy tripod A shutter release (cable or remote) OR timer […]
Auchmithie is located just after Arbroath and is home to some fabulous rock formations, both in the sea and out. Darryl, Craig, Mike, Sarah and I piled into the car armed with fully charged batteries and tripods and went to work at the harbour area – this being our first shoot in what feels like […]
Sarah’s camera had decided that it was scunnered with life and gave up on her
The Forth Bridge has been lit up once again after 2 years in the dark. Switching the 1,054 floodlights back on will coincide with the 122nd anniversary of the opening of the bridge – one of the largest floodlit structures in the world! This last image is HDR – 2 shots of different exposures are […]
This leap year, PK could think of nothing better to do than go out to St. Andrew’s with a total of eight photographers of differrent experience levels. When we left Perth, the moon and stars were on display but by the time we got to Dundee they were all gone again. After a day […]
After rushing about like a plank on Friday trying to sort out a problem that had presented itself I was in less than a good mood. Going out to the middle of nowhere to freeze my butt off seemed like the best solution! It did the trick… Sarah and I headed to Little Glenshee (not […]
South Queensferry on Google Last night three of us headed to South Queensferry in order to shoot the Forth Bridge in the dark. Mike, Sarah and I left Perth at 7pm with the sun already down and the clouds coating the sky. No star trails shots were going to happen on this night… I was […]
Kingsbarns, Fifeland – LINK TO GOOGLE MAPS Thursday night brought five photographers together in a little town called Kingsbarns – not far from St. Andrews. The sun was to set at 19:50 (the night’s aren’t half drawing in) so we set off from Perth at 18:00 but the sunset I was expecting just didn’t happen […]
Saturday 19th March- Clear water Rehearsal studios Perth So it was last Saturday I was out for this one and I apologise for the delay in the write up, but been a busy week. Our local punk band R.P.G. are releasing a 3 track CD and wanted a cover shot for it, so I arranged […]