Professional Photographers in Scotland and the Importance of Location
As some of you may know, I will be leaving the area of Dunbar, East Lothian and moving to Kirkintilloch near Glasgow. After 15 years of living by the sea next to this wonderful coastline, in a few weeks time I will be in a totally different place. I will be very sad to leave Dunbar, as a professional fine art and landscape photographer, Scotland, this is obviously a great location for photography in Scotland and the ability to nip out and photograph a sunset or a storm just at my doorstep, will be missed. However, as photographer, we should always be looking at exploring new horizons and you can only keep photographing the same subject over and over again, so many times. I will be in the ideal place to explore Loch Lomond and the Highlands, in addition to being close to Glasgow for some urban photography and also to expand on my infrared photography in Scotland project. The area is also ideal for conference and corporate event photography in Central Scotland, with quick access to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, as opposed to Dunbar which is not so central. Kirkintilloch is also famous for its canals and I will be close to the Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel, so onwards and upwards.
To celebrate the move, here is a photo taken in Glasgow, probably the best city in Scotland for urban photography.
Until next time.
Keywords: conference and corporate event photography scotland, glasgow, infrared photography scotland, professional fine art and landscape photographer scotland, urban photography
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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