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  1. SFTphotography

    THAT mountain and waterfall in Glencoe

    Not feeling the love for Autumn at the moment and missing the summer greens already - I know that's not a common sentiment with other landscapers but it is certainly mine. Not enjoying the cold and wind at all. Here's some from August just been. No sunlight really which was a crying shame but...
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    So I am a little bit obsessed with Buachaille Etive Mor

    doesn't appeal quite so much as it once did. May 2017 Here's a 5x4 - I'd have liked 4x3 but when trying to crop I couldn't get the frame edges right with the mountain centered well enough but it's fine on a 5x4. The original one was 2:1 and looks great but that sky seems to good to lose and...
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    Some local images (Glencoe) from the last couple of weeks

    Picked a very still day for these and even then I needed a few exposures to get a complete static set of grasses (on the embankment). I used a long exposure to smooth out any slight ripples in the river so only the calmest of moments gave me the chance to get everything (and I mean everything )...
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    Glencoe Sunrise - One from a recent workshop

    I grabbed these on a recent workshop last week. Once I got my client comfortable and ready for what was one of the best mornings I ever saw I couldn't resist a few shots and the client wanted a few demonstration shots on how I work. Whilst I don't shoot time lapses (I really should) I do like...
  5. SFTphotography

    Glencoe wintery scenes

    Technically this is Autumn but it was cold enough to be winter...a square crop of one from earlier this year _DSC3877 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr I've shown this scene as a 2:1 countless times, however I came across an old card and found one I took at a slightly longer FL which I probably did...
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    Summer in Glencoe - an assortment of images

    Been putting off working on this shot for a while - it's not my best of the summer from there. The light never really came through and this glimmer the only light of the day - shame really as the sky was epic and had it come through it would have been one of the all time great mornings...
  7. SFTphotography

    Buachaille Etive Mor, round the back

    I've been spending a lot of evenings down at the Torren Lochan and up here at Lagangarbh. Normally I shoot the cottage and the reflection of the Buachaille in a still water pool. Indeed I did this as I have done many times before a couple of weeks back. _DSC0314 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr...
  8. SFTphotography

    Glencoe and Rannoch Moor, Finally some snow

    After the disaster which was Sunday/Monday with the failed memory card I decided to get back out there with a fresh memory card on Wednesday/Thursday to see what I could come up with. Dawn at the Buachaille: _DSC4013 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr First light was not disappointing but snow all...
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    Three from Glencoe last week

    I had someone in last Monday for a half day workshop in the morning. I didn't manage to get many images of my own taken for the obvious reason was I was teaching someone and showing them the sites. They wanted to go the "spot" where the silver birch sits by the falls with the view to the...
  10. SFTphotography

    Snow, snow, beautiful snow

    Not so long until the winter comes. I am not a fan of the cold, I prefer the heat and sun which is tough living in Scotland but the beauty of a snow covered landscape and bite of the fresh cool air has a very special appeal of its own. Here's a few snowy images from me from home and abroad...
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    Autumn in Scotland

    I went outside to clean my car this morning and couldn't believe the number of leaves that are coming off the trees already. Combined with some low morning mists on a workshop I led last week it seems like the year is turning already. Autumn is a magical season here in Scotland and I thought I'd...