My landscape photography truck in use

February 15, 2014  •  4 Comments
As you may remember w ith the help of some good friends I have built up a vehicle I can use on my landscape photography expeditions. Based on a 2000 Isuzu Trooper 3.0 diesel LWB I have fitted long range driving lights (ideal for Scotland) mounted on an A bar, 360 degree worklights mounted on the roofrack, a CB, satellite locator, single bed, weathe...
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Winter Highlands Trip 2014 - Day 4

January 16, 2014  •  4 Comments
Today didn't start off too well, to be absolutely honest I slept in. Early mornings are a prerequisite for a landscape photographer and when I saw the time I thought by the time I got on location I'd have missed the action. As always the night before I'd checked The Photographer's Ephermeris to see what time sunrise and sunset were, however once I...
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Winter Highlands Trip 2014 - Day 3

January 15, 2014  •  2 Comments
Day three of my winter highlands trip started off with grey skies and rain, a theme which continued throughout the day. I started off with a trip to Signal Rock, within Glen Coe. Legend has it the Campbells gave the signal to commence the Glencoe Massacre here. Today it is an enjoyable walk with a short scramble to the summit. Sadly the forestry bl...
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Winter Highlands Trip 2014 - Day 2

January 14, 2014  •  1 Comment
Day 2 of my first big landscape expedition of the year started with a leisurely start, with a week ahead of me I had enough time not to have to be up at the crack of dawn. Unfortunately heading out of Fort William I suffered something which every landscape photographer will understand, a lack of exciting light. As photography is essentially capturi...
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Winter Highlands Trip 2014 - Day 1

January 13, 2014  •  1 Comment
Not a huge amount to report from today, day 1 of my first trip to Scotland of 2014. I picked my landscape photography truck up, my good friend and fellow photographer Andy Seagust gave it a check over to make sure I was set, I went home and packed and then set off for Fort William. It was a fairly uneventful trip, cold out but dry from York till G...
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