A naturally lit shot of Fredau taken at Pavilion Photographic Studio near Livingston, Scotland.

Please let me know what you think of the picture. Be respectful I the model.

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Taken on : August 21, 2013 at 12:20AM

Early morning on the Clyde

An early morning shot on the Clyde river in Glasgow, Scotland.

A 6 second long exposure to help smooth out the last bit of waves in the river.

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Taken on : October 06, 2012 at 07:34AM

The red tiled roofs of Bergamo

I love Italy. We’ve been so many times. This was our first trip to the north of the country and I must say it’s just as beautiful up north as it is down south.

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Copyright Chris Scyner 2012

Taken on : March 21, 2012 at 11:18AM

The Jetty

Loch Lomond in the early morning can be a magical place. This morning was no different. The water was so still as there was hardly a breath of wind to stir it. The mist was laying quite low and almost completely obscuring the hills on the far shore.

Taken on : April 07, 2012 at 06:23AM

The Jetty

I got up really early last weekend (3:30 am) for a trip to Loch Lomond with Billy. I got some cracking shots and scouted some new locations as well. I can’t wait to get back out that way again. Just as well it’s only an hour away! 😉

Let me know what you think? All opinions are welcome. If you think there’s something wrong then let me know. Too blue?

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Taken on : April 07, 2012 at 06:15AM


Model is Lauren Andrew.

I really need to get another session in the studio. Anyone want their picture taken? 😉

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Copyright Chris Scyner 2011

Taken on : November 26, 2011 at 04:37PM

First steps into studio photography….

This is a first for me. I have never taken studio pictures before. What a day. I loved it!

Okay, so I’ve got loads to learn and this isn’t my best shot of the day. It’s one of the first I took that I like and therefore it’s the first I chose to process.

It goes without saying that it’s a totally different way of working to my usual landscape stuff. For instance social interaction is required. If you talk to a mountain or a tree you get a funny look (if there’s anyone around). If you don’t talk to the model you get a funny look. Who knew?

So tell me what you think? Have I over done the post processing? Is there too much blank space at the top of the shot? Pull it to pieces and let me know the bits you like and the bits you don’t!

Model is Lauren
Assisted 😉 by David and Dawn
Taken on November 26, 2011 at 04:13PM