Landscape Photographers in Glasgow, Scotland

Landscape Photographers in Glasgow, Scotland

Are you looking for landscape photographers in Glasgow, Scotland? Like many Landscape Photographers in Glasgow and Scotland, I am spoiled for locations to take my camera and take photographs. We are very fortunate to live in a country with so many stunning landscapes in such a small proximity. My interest with photographing landscapes really escalated approximately two years ago. A friend and fellow photographer invited me to join him twenty minutes from my home down on the picturesque banks of Loch Lomond. The famous Loch and the surrounding areas are renowned the world over and many travel from all over the world to visit. As I mentioned in a previous blog post, one of my favourite things about being a professional photographer is when I can mix business with pleasure. I love to get outdoors with my camera and to try to capture the natural beauty which is pretty much on my front doorstep and seems like the right thing to do. Better late than never I suppose.


Having done a fair bit of travelling since the beginning of 2015 and indulging in my new passion I wanted to show some of my recent work. A personal highlight so far has been a trip to the Isle of Skye. When the opening scenes of Ridley Scott’s film Prometheus featured The Old Man of Storr on the island I knew I had to make a trip up there and witness it for myself. It was an absolutely breathtaking experience that I will never forget. Reaching the area they call the Sanctuary was a very eerie sensation. The enormous and oddly shaped jagged rocks which are the remnants of ancient landslides create an illusion of being on another planet. It really inspired me and I’m looking forward to seeing many more places during the rest of the year.


If you’re looking to purchase any of my images high-quality prints are available from my on-line gallery which you can find HERE. All images are printed from award-winning Loxley Colour Professional Photo Printing Services. Here are some of my favourites.


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