Tag Archives: long exposure

Aberdour in the dark

A car full of photographers head to Aberdour in the dark.

Pitlochry Dam and a creepy tunnel

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…

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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…

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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…

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Auchmithie Harbour Evening Shoot

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…

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December Meteor Storm 2011

Season’s greetings fellow fotography buffs. December is here already and Christmas is just around the corner. I hope you’ve all written to Santa and asked for that new lens you have always wanted… If you are into your star gazing…

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Top 10 – slow shutter images of Scotland

We at PK love taking pictures of anything using stupidly long shutter speeds and thought we would take time to look at some awe-inspiring shots that others have taken. Here, in no particular order, are 10 cracking images of that…

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Take 2 meteors into the shower? Not me!

Moneydie area, Perthshire:  Friday 13th August 23:00 After being out with Sarah on Thursday and killing my 1st camera battery on the twilight shots, I returned home to find a posting on Facebook about the looming Perseid meteor shower. With…

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