I was asked to do some shots for a friend how creates her own glass art. So it was out with the lighting and 50mm lens and with a bit of creative background invention and some help from a lighting minion, we brought the beauty of the glass to life in the photos. To see […]
I did a wee photoshoot for a friend’s daughter who is a young and upcoming model and actress. We were a bit limited with space, but thankfully young Holly was happy to try different positions and to listen to my mad ideas. Once she (and myself) got into the swing of it and especially when […]
Ian, Sarah and Chris popped along to the Fringe Festival this year to shoot some of the street acts which are always very entertaining. The weather held for us and while Sarah was snapping away, Ian was shooting some lovely HD video.
After a very successful event last Sunday, PK Perspective and delighted to present the official gallery for the St Andrew’s 2013 Triathlon! Prints start at just £2.50 (plus p&p) for a 6×4 and a large range of different products are available from a digital download to canvas prints and t-shirts. We hope you enjoyed the […]
The image gallery for the St Andrews Running Festival is now online!
Had a wee photo shoot with my sister and her children today. First though I joined them for kiddie gymnastics at Bells Sports Centre which is probably called something else, it’s part of their Live Active scheme and the kids get to play in an obstacle course type thing, balancing, bouncing, climbing and such. The girls seem to […]
The PK group on Flickr has been on the go a while now and I thought I would take the chance to showcase twenty of some of the best submissions – so here they are! Click on the images to view the authors Flickr stream.
Last night was an epic fail all round. I left the house to go to the premiere of a home-made video produced from the guys behind “A Ride to Etna“, a duo of motorcyclists from Perth who were raising money for charity by riding 1500 miles in 3 days, and the playback was starting at […]
The Perth 800 Light Festival kicked off with a bang last night (actually about 30 minutes of bangs) and saw the town centre busier than I’ve ever seen it past 6pm. Building such as St Matthews church and the AK Bell Library were awash with colour and the streets were a bustle of performers and […]
I would like to say a big thanks to the Perth Strathearn Round Table for not only featuring our images on their website, but for yet again organising the fireworks on November 5th. Please remember folks that the event relies on your generosity so if you haven’t contributed then you don’t have much moaning rights […]
The 5th of November is approaching fast, and even though we still have hallowe’en to get past, it’s a date that I always look forward to. That hasn’t always been the case – it was only when I discovered my love of photography that the date became important to me. Fireworks are a fantastic subject […]
After four long days worth of contractions, my wife gave birth to our son, Sean, on Thursday 3rd June 2010. He was delivered with no pain relief whatsoever and popped out at 12.44pm – just in time for some lunch! She went into proper labour about 11pm the night before but after not sleeping for […]
Once again Darryl and I took a venture out into the blackness and ended up at Loch Turret, a place which is normally trying to cryogenecally freeze you with pure Scottish wind. We were to be very lucky that night and were welcomed with a mild breeze and a crescent moon. I had fully charged […]
The Perthshire Photographic Society are running an exhibition called “Perth and Kinross Today”, comprising of 100 framed images showing what our area has to offer. These pictures can be viewed at Perth Concert Hall and entry is completely free, so no excuses! Alternatively you can view them on Flickr, but where is the fun in […]
Well folks, I’m finally legal to ride the VFR800 and I’m wasting no time! Grabbed a mate tonight and went for a razz over the Moulin Moor starting from Blairgowrie, turning off at Bridge of Cally and then over the Moor to come home via Pitlochry and the A9. The roads went between perfect and […]