Photographing Scotland by Dougie Cunningham has been published and is now available.
Below are some sample pages to look at. This 592-page photo-location and visitors guidebook describes over 280 beautiful locations to visit and photograph, and is illustrated with over 800 stunning photographs and features detailed OS maps.
The reviews are pouring in, here’s three from Saturday 9th December:
Mr Michael Blythe wrote Just taken delivery of this book, my third from Fotovue. This is the only book you need for all the best locations to photograph in Scotland. I already have Photographing the Lake District, Photographing the Peak District and just ordered Photographing North Wales. If you are interested in photographing any or all of these areas, these are a must have.
KHOH wrote Arrived this morning. Been pouring through it. A fantastic reference book laying out the most beautiful spots to photograph and also tips on where to begin photographing them from! A fabulous reference. Brilliant work by Dougie.
Ken O’Hagan wrote Arrived today, already identified my next hit list of locations to visit. Fantastic reference source with loads of valuable information. Great photography. It is also unique in that it gives tips where to shoot from for those who are either looking to get the postcard shot or who don’t have time to explore and need to fast track their visit a bit. A great book.
Ambitious in its scope and requiring untiring effort, travel, photography, processing and writing by Dougie over the last four years, Photographing Scotland is the essential companion for anyone with a camera who is visiting Scotland.
That’s right, it covers the whole of Scotland from the Mull of Galloway in the south to the tip of Shetland. It is the ultimate road trip and travel guidebook for exploring Scotland.
From Glencoe to Glen Torridon, Skye to Shetland, Callanish to Cairngorm, this guidebook reveals the islands and mountains, glens and lochs, rivers and coastline and visits ancient stone circles, fortified houses, medieval castles, crofts and peel towers. The classic views are included and many more lesser known and hidden gems amongst the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands of this spectacular country.
Also included are photographic tours of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
• 592 pages • 280 locations • Over 800 photographs • Classic venues and lesser known gems • From roadside to mountaintop • Detailed maps, directions and co-ordinates • The best time and season to visit • Location accessibility notes • Sun compass • Photographic tips • Advice on mountain photography • Whisky Distilleries List
One reply on “Photographing Scotland Now Available: Have A Look Inside“
Just been given a copy of Photographing Scotland for my Birthday, fantastic book and I am looking forward to getting out and about and working my way through the book. .