Scottish scenes snapped in four-year project

Mountains rise from a sea of clouds. By Dougie Cunningham.

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A Glaswegian author criss-crossed Scotland for four years to produce Photographing Scotland.

On Monday April 8 Campbeltown Camera Club will hold a special evening, open to all, in the Ardshiel Hotel’s Arran Room at 7.30pm, when Dougie Cunningham will speak about putting the book together.

Mr Cunningham’s book not only illustrates the images taken, but lists each location, where to park, information on view points, camera settings and the month the scene was photographed.

Divided into areas, with maps indicating each location, this book provides a guide to scenic locations around Scotland and would be useful to photographers and non-photographers alike.

Mr Cunningham’s regular clients include Aberdeen Asset Management, Red Bull and the Keswick Mountain Festival and his landscape images have been bought by corporate clients from as far afield as Davos and New York.

He was recently on the BBC’s One Show, in a feature on the solar eclipse, and has previously featured on both the Fred MacAuley Show and on Scotland Outdoors.

Mr Cunningham said: ‘I think I can reasonably claim to have been the best photographer on the radio all morning.’

Dougie Cunningham. NO_c13cunningham01

Mountains rise from a sea of clouds. NO_c13cunningham04_inversion

Sunrise on St Kilda. NO_c13cunningham02_St_Kilda

For more camera club news see pages 12 and 13.