Author Archives: Mike

Article on ISO

Issue 37 of Landscape Photography Magazine is now out and contains the latest in my Beginner’s Guide series. Click on the image below to go to the article page on the LPM site. You will need to subscribe to read the whole article.


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Assistant tutor on tour of Lewis and Uist in March 2014.

I am really looking forward to assisting Dimitri Vasieiou on the next photographic tour by next month. We have 12 clients and will spend 5 days each on Lewis and Uist.


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Torres del Paine article in LPM

My latest article in this month’s Landscape Photography Magazine (Issue 35) is entitled ‘A Guide to – Photographing Torres del Paine’.


You can read more by clicking on the image or following this link but you will need to subscribe to read the whole article. A gallery of my Torres del Paine images is now in my Portfolio section.


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Cuillin Sound collaboration continues

cuillin soundLast year I posted about some of my Hebridean photographs being projected to accompany live music written especially for the renowned wind trio Cuillin Sound. They also used one of the Skye photographs for their first CD cover.

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cuillinsoundnewhorizonsNow their second CD is out and it contains a bonus audio/video track of my photographs set to the same music by composer Rebecca Mackay of Raasay. This time several new Raasay photos were included.

Click on the CD image for more info.

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Raasay in Winter article in LPM

Issue 34 of Landscape Photography Magazine contains my article entitled Raasay in Winter – click on the image below to read it.


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Review of Photopills app in LPM

My review of the Photopills app for photographers is published in issue 30 of link

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My latest article published in LPM

My latest article in Landscape Photography Magazine is about Tilt and Shift lenses.

This image of Blea Tarn in the English Lake District was taken with a 45mm tilt and shift lens on a full frame DSLR. The boulder is only 2 – 3 feet away yet its surface is in perfect focus and so is the mountain in the distance. To find out how this was achieved read the article: Link –


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SICS annual meeting 2013

Gallery of 2013 Scottish Intensive Care Society meeting photos.

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Cuillin Sound


Cuillin Sound is an innovative wind trio with a passion to perform in major concert venues and for local communities.  Their 2012 autumn tour begins tonight in Birnam Arts Centre.

One item on the programme will feature 50 of my Hebridean photos projected as a backdrop to a piece inspired by Hebridean folk melodies. After Birnam they perform at the Forge in London, launch their CD, then give 8 more concerts finishing in Ballater at St Kentigern’s Church 4.30pm on Sunday 9th December – if you miss them in Birnam!   The full list of dates is on their Events page at

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