n this review I take a look at the Spyder5 from Datacolor, a monitor calibrator for making sure your screen is showing accurate colours which is crucial for when printing images.
I get asked a lot what's the easiest way to create timelapse videos especially for beginners and the answer has never been straight forward. But if you are subscriber to Adobe's Photography Plan this is the best way that I've found to get started with timelapse photography and editing.
Using ND filters are a key part to the avid landscape photographer; they enable us to control our exposure, increase the time the shutter is open and help us achieve a desired creative look. Most commonly used on scenes with water like a waterfall or a river to get a smooth and silky look that we photographer’s love oh so much.Read More
The Isle of Harris is a place of great wonder for me. When you’re there you feel cut off from the world and very far away from the bustle of day-to-day life. The Isle of Harris can be found in the far northwest of Scotland in an area known as the Outer Hebrides. It’s not an island itself, as it is connected to the Isle of Lewis, which can be found further in the north. I first fell in love with Harris back in March 2016 after being hired to go over there for work.Read More
VLOG 001 - ISLE OF HARRIS & LEWIS
Take a behind-the-scenes look at my trip to the Outer Hebrides in Northern Scotland.Read More
Last year I worked with The Glenlivet & PHIX to create a time-lapse film of the beautiful surrounding countryside of the distillery. The full film is yet to be released so I can't show too much but what I can show is the new Glenlivet website where they've turned 2 of the time-lapse clips into GIF's and added them to the Homepage & Enjoy section.Read More
I'm delighted to announce that my image of the Cuillin mountain range has won 2nd place in the Sea & Coast category of the Scottish Nature Photography Awards.Read More
Waterfalls are a very popular subject to capture for the avid landscape photographer, there’s something about their beauty that always attracts photographers from all over the year whether that’s a small waterfall or one of the biggest natural wonders in the world. They are personally my favourite subject to photograph and spend hours maybe days searching for them on my travels.Read More
The latest issue of Landscape Photography Magazine is out today so make sure to check out my latest article where I talk about the changing role of filters for landscape photographers.Read More
Quick edit from last nights time-lapse session down at Portencross. The stars were pretty visible for the first couple of hours but with the moon rising in the east and incoming clouds I was only able to get one time-lapse shot but I'm really happy with what I got.
This shot was taken after I had finished the time-lapse and was getting ready to go back to my car. I really like that you can see the stars reflected in the pool of water.Read More