Autumn in the Scottish Highlands has been a season of fantastic colours and challenging wildlife photography. However both myself and my clients have enjoyed some wonderful encounters with some of the incredible wildlife we have in the Highlands.
It’s been a busy, photography-filled few weeks here in the Scottish Highlands where I’ve taken guests to meet my red squirrels, the dolphins, osprey and dragonflies as well as spending many evenings in the company of my garden badgers.
May and June have been busy months for me in the Scottish Highlands photographing and guiding clients to a wide variety of subjects including mountain hares, osprey, dolphins, common seals, badgers and pine marten.
If you’re a Nikon user photographing wildlife and are looking to dip your toe into the world of mirrorless cameras then the Z50 crop frame camera is worth considering.
I’ve spent the past few weeks exploring a local wood and have been amazed at the variety of species I’ve found. Not only that, but the red squirrels are on form and Bo, the mountain hare, is wonderful.
It’s been a windy start to 2022 but I’ve made the most of it and was delighted to find a pair of crested tits to photograph.
I haven’t travelled far over the summer from my home in the Scottish Highlands, but there’s been no need to! I’ve enjoyed the company of red squirrels, badgers, rabbits, pine martens and mountain hares amongst other amazing experiences.
It was great to spend a week in Perthshire in July where not only did I conduct a workshop but also visited a wonderful photography hide as well as seeing mountain hares, osprey, marsh harrier and much much more.
It was wonderful to return to Lunga and the company of the personable puffins again after missing my regular May trips due to Covid.
What is an “emotive image”? In this blog I’ll do my best to explain and provide a few tips on how you might go about taking them.