Greyfriars Burial Ground, Perth

Last week I took the NIkkor 85mm f1.8 for a spin around Greyfriars burial ground and then round Rodney gardens. I kept the lens wide open at f1.8 and the results are fab!  

Cream O’ The Croft 2016

This year’s Cream o’ the Croft 2016 was a weekend to remember! From adult balance-bike racing to mini-enduro’s, bull riding to bunny hop competitions… there was plenty to see and do! The food was outstanding with everything on offer including…

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Flying Scotsman on the Forth Bridge

Last night (Sunday 15th May 2016) the iconic Flying Scotsman made its way through Fife and over the Firth of Forth. We were there to capture this fantastic sight! You can buy these images from our shop (in association with…

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Rosyth and North Queensferry

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!

Cultybraggan Camp – video with drone footage

Recently we visited Cultybraggan Camp, Comrie, with our friend Mike.  He recently purchased a drone and was keen to put it to some use. Have a look at what we captured below.

Perth Chinese New Year Celebrations 2016

Chinese New Year was celebrated in style in Perth on Saturday. A parade starting at the top of the High Street leading down to St John Street in Perth kicked things off just after 12 noon. Provost Liz Grant was…

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The Hermitage featuring leaping salmon

Last summer we took a trip to the Hermitage near Dunkeld, Perthshire, and had the luck of seeing some salmon trying to make their way up the waterfall. Most of the close ups were captured on a 70-200mm lens which…

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Happy New Year from Stirling

First of all a very happy new year to all our clients, customers and readers! Sarah and I spent our hogmanay in Stirling in order to shoot the firework display at Stirling Castle. The show is put on by 21cc…

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Perth Floods, December 2015

Sarah and Ian went into Perth to document the River Tay bursting its banks today. The river was flowing extremely fast and there were a multitude of debris floating past, including hay bails and entire trees!  

Our 2016 Calendar is out now!

The PK Perspective calendar is BACK! We are delighted to present the 2016 PK Perspective calendar which features 12 crackin’ images of the Central Scotland area. The Kelpies, Perth’s Kinnoull Hill and Tay Street, Stirling Castle, Broughty Ferry and even…

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Happy Hallowe’en from Perth!

I spent the weekend in Perth city centre covering the hallowe’en events and entertainment which ranged from a parade all the way to a scary zombie run! There were smiles all round and I think most people had a really…

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Enchanted Forest, Pitlochry

I was lucky enough to get to the annual Enchanted Forest event held in Pitlochry. What wasn’t so lucky was the fact it decided to rain all night after a week-long dry spell! The wee Panasonic GF1 that I picked…

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Exhibition held this Saturday

We are delighted to have been asked to hold an exhibition in the Perth branch of Visit Scotland. This Saturday (29th August 2015) we will be manned up in the back room from about 10am until the cows come home.…

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Perth Kilt Run 2015

This weekend saw the 2015 Perth Kilt run on the North Inch. The full gallery can be seen by clicking the link below.          

The Eliminator – Dual MTB race by Muckmedden

Last weekend we had the pleasure of covering the Eliminator – a 1 on 1 downhill race organised by those great folks at Muckmedden. The full gallery can be seen HERE but below are some of our favourite shots from…

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