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Shooting the breeze – Shooting People (Part 2)

In the second of his 2 part series, David Lintern looks at photographing people in the outdoors. Last time we concentrated on settings, position and lighting to make the composition work. This time is about the more ephemeral end of

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UK Landscape Photographer of the Year winners announced

A photograph of the Dorset coastline has taken the top prize in this year’s search for the UK’s ‘Landscape Photographer of the Year’. The locally-based photographer, Andy Farrer becomes the ninth person to win the overall title and the £10,000

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Shooting the breeze – Shooting People (Part 1)

In the first half of a 2 part series, David Lintern looks at photographing people in the outdoors. So, shooting people – instantly more complicated than what we’ve looked at up until now, with all their confounded moving around and

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Shooting the Breeze – M for manual

I’m pretty wary of straight ahead technical articles for Walkhighlands, but after chatting to friends on and off the hill, it’s apparent that lots of folk have incredibly powerful, modern cameras but don’t always know their way around the controls.

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Shooting the Breeze – the Jamie Grant interview

As his exhibition opens in Pitlochry this month, David Lintern spoke to photographic journalist Jamie Grant about his love of the longest glen in Scotland. Tell us about where you live. Compared to other places you have lived and worked, what’s

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Shooting the Breeze: the Colin Prior interview

This month David Lintern interviews Colin Prior, one of Scotland’s finest landscape photographers, in an exclusive interview for Walkhighlands ahead of his upcoming retrospective publication, Scotland’s Finest Landscapes. Let’s start with the project that you’ve been spending a lot of

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