Take a look at my Youtube channel where you'll find a range of videos, mostly shot on location around the Isle of Skye and the Highlands.

Finding shade on a clear day

Join me on a landscape photography adventure in Wester Ross, Scotland. Near to Gruinard Bay, on the NC500, I find an amazing river with one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Scotland, nestled away in a gorge. ...more

Shooting ice and frost details

Join me on a cold, icy morning photography shoot at Loch Cill Chriosd, Isle of Skye. I went hoping for misty landscapes, but instead found clear, blue skies. So, I change from looking for wide landscape photos to shooting details in the ice and frost, and I find loads of subjects, sometimes in the least likely places. ...more

Snowy Sligachan, details and wider landscapes

Winter conditions arrive early on the Isle of Skye, so join me on a snowy photography shoot at Sligachan, Isle of Skye. Where I find loads of details to shoot, along with the wider landscape of the Cuillin Hills and waterfalls. ...more

Shooting details, inspired by Monet

Join me on the Isle of Skye, where I shoot details at some small lochs near to Broadford. On a bright, sunny day I struggle to find great shots until I find inspiration from the paintings of Monet to shoot some images inspired by great art, but not a copy or pastiche. ...more

A simple technique to beat creative block

Lacking motivation or inspiration to get out taking photographs? Well, that's exactly how I've felt over the last few weeks. So, I use a simple technique to get myself back out shooting details out on location to try to kick-start my photography again. ...more

Shooting and processing moody mono images

Join me on a cloudy morning shoot at the Quiraing, Isle of Skye. I manage to get some moody details of the landscape, which I then convert to dramatic black and white images in Lightroom ...more

Spring woodland, a different approach

Discover how I shoot a bluebell wood in windy conditions, to get some different results to the normal spring woodland images. ...more

Is this the most photogenic beach in Britain?

Discover the images that I find on this amazing, beautiful beach on the east side of Lewis. ...more

Are blue skies and fluffy clouds or heavy clouds best for mono?

Shooting long exposure black and white images on two different days, I discover whether blue skies and fluffy clouds or stormy, heavy cloud produces the best results. ...more

The cloud returns, so I shoot some moody landscapes

Join me on a cloudy Isle of Skye, where I head out to shoot some long exposures and moody landscapes among the Cuillin Hills. ...more

What to shoot under clear blue skies?

After weeks of cloud, rain and hail, the weather on the Isle of Skye takes a different turn. With clear blue skies and almost no cloud, I go out in search of photos at Loch Cill Chriosd. With no clouds in the sky, I turn to details in the landscape, long exposures and even a little wildlife photography. ...more

Shooting an Iconic location from a different viewpoint

Join me on a landscape photography shoot on the Isle of Skye, where I go to one of the most iconic locations for sunset. But I don't go for the obvious viewpoint, instead, I take a walk along some cliffs to find a different perspective, and also encounter some challenging weather conditions. ...more

How to get amazing shots by adapting to the conditions

Join me on a landscape shoot at Ashaig, Isle of Skye, when I go out with some ideas of the type of images I want to shoot, using the amazing foreground elements and maybe a beautiful sunset. But the changing weather and cloud mean that I have to adapt my approach to match the conditions, and get a whole different set of images. ...more

Sunset seascapes, how to make the most of small waves

I venture to Ardvasar, Sleat, Isle of Skye at sunset to shoot some seascapes. Learn how to make the most of small waves and use the foreground to get the most from your landscape photography at the coast. ...more

Who needs focus stacking?

Discover why I don't use focus stacking, on a landscape photo shoot on a patch of limestone pavement on the Isle of Skye. ...more

Talisker Bay after a storm, a perfect day

Join me on a landscape photography shoot at Talisker Bay after a stormy few days on Skye in search of waves and great conditions for capturing seascapes at sunset. Will I find the 'perfect' conditions? ...more

Shooting landscapes in the snow

Join me on a landscape photography shoot in the highlands, searching for snow to shoot some wintry, moody landscapes. I explore how to capture snow falling across the landscape and the trees at Glen Moriston. ...more

Shooting sunrise, or moody mono?

I head out for a sunrise landscape shoot at Sligachan, Isle of Skye. But despite the promising conditions when I set out, I have to change my expectations, not once, or twice, but many times, before the weather finally puts an end to any thoughts of getting any shots. ...more

Take your time, improve your photos and more....

Join me on a sunset landscape photography shoot on the Isle of Skye. Where I explore different composition, framing and aspect ratio options to get the best results from you sunset images. ...more

Struggling with the landscape? Try shooting details

Join me on a landscape photography shoot on the shore at Tarskavaig, Sleat, Isle of Skye. But despite the amazing location, I can't find a wide landscape shot that inspires me, so I switch to shooting details. ...more

Searching for a sunrise

Join me on an early morning landscape photography adventure, walking up to a small stream to photograph Blabheinn (also known as Blaven) in the dark. ...more

Chasing Clouds part 3 - Cloudy Peaks

In the third part of this series, I explore how to make the most of cloudy weather to shoot details of the mountain peaks on the Isle of Skye. Using long exposures and telephoto lenses to create simple, graphic images, full of mood and drama. ...more

Chasing Clouds part 2 - Moody Landscapes

In the second part of the Chasing Clouds series, I look at how to use 'bad' weather and cloudy conditions to produce moody landscape. ...more

Chasing Clouds, part 1 - Introduction

This is the first in a series of videos about how the weather, and particularly cloud, affects how and what I shoot on the Isle of Skye. ...more

Hidden Waterfalls

Join me as I walk from Glenbrittle up into the Cuillin Hills, Isle of Skye. I explore Eas Mor waterfall and then photograph the cascades and waterfalls higher up the mountains in Coire na Banachdaich. ...more

Wishing for rain

Join me when I go shooting a waterfall on the Isle of Skye, and finally get my shot after three attempts. ...more

Sunrise on a 'secret' beach

Join me on a dawn shoot on a secret, quiet beach in the south of the Isle of Skye. ...more

One location, two different images

Join me shooting one location on Skye on two very different days. Where I explore how my experiences on the day influence how I feel about the two images I produce ...more

Seascapes, after the storm

Capturing the amazing conditions just after a storm, as the sky clears at sunset, on the Sleat Peninsula, Isle of Skye. Landscape photography is often about patience. Here I wait for the perfect conditions as the cloud clears and the sun lights-up the landscape as it sets, getting lucky for a few minutes, before the darkness closes in. ...more

Shooting the misty Cuillin Mountains

In this landscape photography video you can join me on a journey up into the Cuillin mountains on the Isle of Skye to shoot the amazing scenery. Where I battle to make the most of the changing weather including mist and cloud to get a shot that captures the grandeur and drama of this stunning location ...more

New landscape photography video

Join me in a search for foreground interest for a landscape shot on the shore at Tarskavaig, South Skye. ...more