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Normally I would have been…

Heading towards Spittal of Glenshee at the north end of the course. At the Cateran Yomp for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, where the word ‘normal’ doesn’t actually come into any...

Paddleboarding in The Times

There’s no doubt that lock-down has been a test as a freelance photographer with further impact yet to be seen. However I’m a firm believer in silver linings, an example...

Greg James Pedal to the Peaks

Whilst in the midst of setting up my new gallery (hence the timeline gap in my blog, more on that later!) I was commissioned to photograph Greg James’ Pedal to...

A Scottish Ski Patrol

It’s intriguing to think what your day might be like as a Scottish ski patroller, working in one of the most uncertain climates in the world on a job that...
Mr November - Ed Smith Photography

Mr November

In the era of social media, it’s sometimes excruciating holding back from releasing images which are going to be in print, but it’s well worth the wait! Whilst I’m as...

Whatever the weather

After a warm spell and a few days in near summer conditions, a complete contrast from the fresh snowfall just two weeks ago, the changeable conditions that make Scotland so...

The Mountains Are Calling…

… And they have been for quite some time! Over the past 10 years I’ve spent a huge amount of time driving up and down the A82 or the A9...

A splash of comedy

It’s probably quite unusual to see a nervous comedian, but after being handed a wetsuit and shown a forty foot waterfall, Ed Byrne was understandably contemplative on a canyoning shoot...

Wild Weekends

Walkers striding along the West Highland Way, through the middle of the Mamores mountain range on the first weekend of October 2012 probably weren’t expecting to be passed by 600...
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Alliance Trust Cateran Yomp

With the events season well underway, it’s great to reflect on a whirlwind few weeks of photographing people challenging themselves across various distances and disciplines, ranging from a 55 mile...

Variety, the spice of life…

I’m sitting at my friends house in Austria while images and snow updates from back home in Scotland are pinging up on Facebook. The landscape in the images (or should...

Flying Days…

Action cams and social media have certainly helped us – people everywhere – embrace our vanity. It’s fair to say that particularly from the perspective of adventure sports, the combination...
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