Author Archives: Stuart Scott Images
I’ve been spending a lot of time lately going through my image library and backlog of un-catalogued photographs. All this work is to prepare images for an upcoming project and nature festival in the Scottish borders, new submissions to a … Continue reading
Some people have asked me about the techniques I use to get the very shallow focus on some of my photographs. Certainly for some macro work I love large chunks of colour with only a small part in focus. I … Continue reading
We’ve had Pipistrelle Bats in the garden for many years and although I love watching them flying up and down on summer evenings, any photography attempts have been poor to say the least. Just stepping out of the house to … Continue reading
There are only three types of carnivorous plants native to the UK and last weekend I spent a day by Megget Reservoir in the Scottish Borders looking for two of them … the Sundew and Butterwort. The area around Megget … Continue reading
The heather has come out well in the Scottish Borders this August, producing a great range of colours in the landscape. I managed to get quite a range of images but thought I’d post some that are slightly more abstract … Continue reading
Here are some #wildflower #photos I’ve photographed recently. The Thistle, Harebell, Redshank and Rosebay Willow Herb. I got to looking up some details on the Redshank as its one plant I’ve seen numerous times and always thought it looked like … Continue reading
Here are the details of the August and September Outdoor Photography Workshops. Contact me if you have any questions, interested in the one to one course or want to book a date.