Landscape Photography Glencoe Scotland




Spent a few days up in Glencoe taking landscape shots, hoping for good weather, turned out better than i expected. Well worth the 700 mile round trip, cant wait to go back again.

Camera gear:
Canon 5d mk111
Canon 70-200mm f/4 L
Canon 24-70mm f/4 L
Canon 16-35mm f/4 L
Lee filter system

Vlogging gear:
Gopro 4 silver

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Comments 17

  1. Nice to see my home turf again. As a film maker for over 40 years I would like to suggest that you reduce the length of your video. Keep the content but reduce the filler. A video with this amount of content would have been greatly improved with a screentime of no more than 10 minutes maximum. Less is more! Some great photos :0)

  2. Great photos. Love the commitment. That counts more than anything. Keep vlogging, you’ll soon find that every video you make gets easier and better. Gary Gough (fellow blogger) Just one small criticism, what’s your name? Foxygp Just isn’t personal enough or too personal if you know what I mean 🙂

  3. foxygp Alright mate. Your filming and your photo's were magic mate. I am from Scotland myself and have been to Glencoe 20 odd years ago. I have seen many images and videos from others filming, and photographing the area. Their films and images are beautiful but you have managed to capture some of the sense of mystery, history and amazing atmosphere of Glencoe in yours.

    So keep doing what you are doing at your own pace and in your own way ( that's half the fun learning by your own mistakes, which I, for one, don't see any evidence of, no need to rush ). You might capture some of the essence of the place again.

    I loved the shot you did at Glen Etive aswell, Magical shot. There is a bit of the small river or enlarged stream, at Glen Etive near a wee bridge, that sees the crystal clear water cascade through almost milky white rock and large stones at either edge. Aye full of tourists though. hahaha.

    Thanks again for doing all the trekking and humphing things around in order to share it with all of us. You captured magic mate.

    All the best to you and long may you continue in your pursuits…..Respect

  4. Exposures a bit muddy given the air quality. The video footage was better than the stills IMO. Having said that, I couldn't have done that…so thanks very much…..very enjoyable. Thank you!

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