Forth Bridges Timelapse and HDR

Last night I took a trip with Jamie to South Queensferry to shoot a timelapse of the Forth Bridges. The sky was fantastic and we were even treated to sail boats on the Firth of Forth. I really enjoyed the shoot – here’s the results! For the video I would highly recommend going full screen […]

St Andrews Triathlon Official Gallery

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 PREliminator test

PK Perspective were invited to attend the test run of the upcoming MTB event, The Eliminator, which will take place on the 27th and 28th of July. Here be the offical blurb regarding the event: THE ELIMINATOR is a brand new gravity-based MTB weekender where two challengers race side by side down a super-fun course on a big Muckin’ hill!  […]

Auchmithie Harbour and sunset

Wednesday night is proving to be a good time for us to head out with the camera’s and capture some of our beautiful country. This week was no exception and saw five of us head out to Auchmithie again in search of some slow shutter speed action. I ended up loading in the polariser, the […]

Kinnoull Hill Sunset and Light Painting

April has continued to be wet and windy and a proper challenge for photography. We had a wee trip to Broughty Ferry last week and could barely take a shot through all the wind and driving rain. However things like that don’t stop us and we have taken some crackers as a result (we’ve also […]

A Mini and the Forth Rail Bridge

After spending the day at the Photo Vision Roadshow in Edinburgh and getting a proper look at some of the excellent products out there, a mate of mine and I decided to take his classic Mini out for a spin. We ended up in North Queensferry overlooking the Forth Rail Bridge – here are some […]

Glen Lednock photos and video

Sarah and I had a rare shoot with just the two of us (plus my youngest sprog) and decided that driving up Glen Lednock was probably a good idea. It was sunny, and we were right! The skies were blue as far as the eye could see and it was actually warm enough to remove […]

Falkirk Wheel Night Shoot

The Falkirk Wheel, a large rotating boat lift which connects the Forth and Clyde canal with the Union canal, is a fantastic feat of engineering and PK Perspective were lucky enough to be given permission to shoot the area after hours. <VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE> This £17.5 million structure stands tall above you yet is […]

Cultybraggan POW Camp, Comrie

Sarah, Darryl (Baked Tatties Photography) and I headed off towards Crieff on a very foggy morning in Perthshire. Our destination: Cultybraggan – once a POW camp in WW2, was turned into an Army Training camp and is now… well we’re not too sure, but Wikipedia says this: The camp ceased to be used by the […]

Best abandoned buildings blog

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Us folks at PK Perspective wish all our followers all the best for 2013 and hope it brings many months of good photography to you all! I’ve been looking through my Flickr account and came across quite a few images of abandoned buildings that we have shot over the years so I […]

Perth Christmas Lights

   We decided to do a real local shoot and went into Perth City Centre to shoot the Christmas lights. Although the snow had cleared it was still very bitter and I kept dropping my shutter remote because my hands were so cold even though I had 2 pairs of gloves on!!! The lights proved […]

The PK Guide to Photographing Fireworks

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 […]