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Landscape Photography in Scotland – Peaceful lochs and scouting the coast – Viral Trends

Landscape Photography in Scotland – Peaceful lochs and scouting the coast

Landscape photography is typically a very relaxed affair where time often appears to stand still – it’s just you, a camera and your relationship with the nature that absorbs you. Oh, and perhaps your dog too! This episode begins on the banks of a tranquil Scottish loch in Torridon where the landscape was soft, muted and peaceful. It was a perfect opportunity to re-energise and re-familiarise before meeting up with Thomas Heaton for a very different type of photography shoot on the beach at Mellon Udrigle.

I was meeting Thomas in order to scout the Wester Ross area of Scotland for a workshop that we’ll be running next year. The need to cover lots of ground meant that I couldn’t adopt my usual slow and deliberate approach to photography, which is why I didn’t get a chance to narrate any photographs from the beach. With fading light and a location to document, it was all about quick and impulsive photography.

Meg, whom stole the show (again), will be joining me on Saturday 21st July at the Joe Cornish Gallery. We’ll be there from 10:30am if you’d like to come and say hi and take a look at my prints. Look out for my exhibition in September too!

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  1. Scotland is looking beautiful. I would imagine that scouting in summer for winter woodland scenes is not that easy. It would be so nice to "pop in" to all your events but alas from South Africa it would be a bit of a "trek" as we say. Nevertheless we do have woodlands and seascapes here so everything you teach via the internet is most appreciated. I loved the "gut" shots you took at the beach. It goes to show your gut is also a reliable barometer. Your co-host Meg is a very talented comic and always makes waves one way or another 🙂

  2. Every time I watch your videos, I think of how I started photography back then. Not because of the quality of the photos but because I always had my dogs with me. Watching the dog jump through the picture, rolling in the grass … In relation to the motive you found, I would have walked past the first with the cows. When i see the result everything fits together. Greetings from Norway

  3. Meg's scrubbing in the grass is hilarious and the chosen sound suits it perfectly. I couldn't stop laughing. Meg brings joy to every scenery. Very beautiful location. Nice photos.

  4. A lovely evening and a cool change of scene from what I’m use to seeing from you Simon. Sometimes that’s how it goes, lovely light but tough to find an image. I’d say you were still pretty productive. On a side note, I’ve been loving your print work man!! I’m still debating on getting the canon pro 1000 to try and stop outsourcing my prints. Cheers.

  5. The beauty of the landscapes nearly brought me to tears at times. What an amazing planet we live on. And Meg, what can I say. Her joy of life just shines in these videos and I cannot help but watch with a big silly grin on my face!

  6. Great images, especially the first one which looked like a painting! And so nice to see another collaboration even if we didn't see much interaction between the two of you.
    The one thing I didn't like so much was that loud irritating music during Meg's happy time. I'd rather enjoy her unbelievable happiness without such a, may I say, in my opinion, loud and irritating music.
    Apart from that another great episode and I'm looking forward to the follow up! 😃

  7. It is so good of Meg to let you share her channel !!! she really does make me smile:D Thanks for sharing this with us all Simon that loch looked lovely in the soft light and your images as always were fab. I also liked the images you got on that gorgeous looking beach you captured the light on those rocks perfectly 😀 Teddy

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