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Author Archives: Scottish Landscape Photographer
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Lorraine & Thomas were very fortunate with the weather on the day of their wedding Tuesday 27th December 2011, calm, dry and unseasonly mild, both the day before and after was wet and windy. The happy couple were married in the … Continue reading
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WEDDING ALBUMS WHAT ARE THEY WORTH You have set the date for your wedding, arranged the ceremony, booked the venue for the reception, ordered your wedding dress and the dresses for the bridesmaids, flicked through the brochures and picked your … Continue reading
Chestnuts Fallen chestnuts. Table top setup of chestnuts, lit by nearby window, reflector to fill and camrea on a tripod. Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III Lens: EF100mm f2.8 Macro Focal Length: 100mm Exposure: 1/60 sec @ f6.7 ISO: 200
AUTUMN Autumn in Calderglen Country Park. HDR image merged from 5 images, finished off in Photoshop Camera: Canon 1Ds Mark III Lens: EF24-105mm IS Focal Length: 24mm Exposure: 1/4 sec @ f11 ISO: 160
Frosty Morning A winters scene captured at Auldhouse, on the outskirts of East Kilbride, Lanarkshire. The early morning mist had cleared shortly after the sun rose above the horizon. The line of the trees reducing in size along the fence … Continue reading
Use this link http://www.digitalprotalk.blogspot.com/ for David Ziser’s blog on lighting and photography. 3000 posts, 200 video tutorials, over 200 business day Thursday posts and over 1000 images, all that and he still has more to give. Check it out here … Continue reading
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