Photography Books from Scotland

Friday, February 29, 2008

Scotland Photography Tour February

Scotland Photography Tour February. including; Anstruther, Ardoch Roman Camp, Ben Lawers Shieling, Blair Athol Distillery, Castle Campbell, Crail Harbour, Dunkeld Cathedral, East Neuk of Fife, Edinburgh, Elie, Firth of Tay, Forth Railway Bridge, Fowlis Wester, Glenlyon, Glen Quaich, Highland Perthshire, Keltneyburn Blacksmiths, Loch Tay, Loch Tummel, Lower Largo, Pitlochry, Pittenweem, River Tay, Rosslyn Chapel, St Andrews Cathedral, St Andrews Old Course, St Monans Church, Stirling Castle, Tay Railway Bridge, William Wallace Monument. Photographs by Scotland Tour Guide Sandy Stevenson.

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Scotland The Wild Places Photography

Scotland The Wild Places Photography. This collection of panoramic images from award winning photographer Colin Prior offers a unique visual record of Scotland’s wild places. The stunning images take as their starting point the solstices of mid–summer and mid–winter, when the sun lies furthest from the celestial equator, and autumnal and vernal equinoxes, when the sun crosses the celestial equator. Each seasonal shift in the position of sunrise and sunset results in an otherworldly transformation of the landscape. Using a special panoramic camera, and often shooting at the magical hours of dusk and dawn, he captures those rare moments when composition, light, and color combine to extraordinary effect. Two hundred color photos of Scotland. Colin Prior is one of Britain’s leading landscape photographers. Scotland: The Wild Places.

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The Landscape of Scotland Photography

The Landscape of Scotland Photography. Large format, and sumptuously produced with the highest quality paper, this exquisite coffee table book showcases Scotland's beauty. The book is divided into eight key regions, from the Trossachs, Atholl and Breadalbane to the Lorne, Mid-Argyll and Appin. The special quality of each area springs into focus, especially the wild, rugged magnificence of the highlands throughout the seasons. Well-known vistas contrast with unusual views that will please and surprise even those familiar with the area. An introduction to the history and geography of this ancient land puts the images in superb context. Photographers will especially appreciate the appendix containing technical comments by Sampson Lloyd on his pictures. The Landscape of Scotland.

Portrait of Scotland Photography

Portrait of Scotland Photography by Colin Baxter. Portrait of Scotland.

Scotland Village Photography

Scotland Village Photography. The Most Beautiful Villages of Scotland. The Most Beautiful Villages of Scotland.

St Kilda Western Isles Scotland Photography

St Kilda Western Isles Scotland Photography. Abandoned Houses in Village of Hirta, St. Kilda, Western Isles, Scotland. Abandoned Houses in Village of Hirta, St. Kilda, Western Isles, Scotland Photographic Poster Print by Grant Dixon, 24x18.

Photography Guide to Scotland

The PIP Travel Photography Guide to Scotland. Few countries offer as many exciting photographic opportunities as Scotland, and the full breadth of its photogenic landscape is here, revealed through 250 color plates and maps. Hundreds of professional tips from the experts at Outdoor Photography Magazine reveal where and when to visit, and how to take memorable images once you’re there. Moving beyond the well-known lochs and castles, the guide also explores both unexpected urban locations and remote areas where the people, scenery, and wildlife offer a rich bounty of visual possibility. The PIP Travel Photography Guide to Scotland.

Spectacular Scotland Photography

Spectacular Scotland Photography. Scotland, legendary land of bagpipes, heather, tartans, and fine malt whiskey, is covered in the gorgeous photographs and vivid text of this large-format illustrated book. This magical destination is profiled in all its variety, including lofty mountains, misty glens, and fascinating cities such as elegant, historic Edinburgh and innovative Glasgow. Here too are sumptuous surveys of the splendid coastline, glorious islands, white sand beaches, and exotic gardens that make the country a favored destination of tourists and a source of pride to those who live there. Spectacular Scotland (Spectacular).

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