Author Archives: Grant Glendinning
I bought this tripod head in February 2013 and wish I had got it much sooner. Compared with my other tripod heads I have used for landscape work (Manfrotto 322RC2 and a Vanguard GH-100) the Manfrotto 410 is easily the best tripod head I […]
A video slideshow of spectacular Scotland landscape photographs in HD. I used my own music for the soundtrack and created the slideshow using Pinnacle studio.
I am very pleased to be published in Amateur Photographer Magazine (Saturday 23 March 2013 issue) for a second time. My images selected this time were a few winter landscapes from Glencoe and Loch Ard. The magazine is available in the shops from Tuesday 19 March. Click on thumbnail for more detail.
Just received my Spring 2013 issue of Historic Scotland’s members magazine and was surprised to see my image of Threave Castle on the front cover. This is the image that was one of the winners in Historic Scotland’s photographic competition and published in there 2013 calendar.
I was delighted to be contacted by Historic Scotland informing me I was one of their winners in the Scotsman/Historic Scotland photographic competition. We were invited to the opening of the exhibition at Stirling Castle on the 12th of December, but unfortunately we could not attend the event at short notice. We did, however visit […]
I was delighted to be informed that one of my Fyrish monument photographs is published in the Scotland 2013 calendar published by WHSmith, amongst other fine images by established photographers, including Joe Cornish.
I entered Kodaks “your favourite location” competition on ephotozine with my Loch Leven sunset image on April, and won a Kodak hero 7.1 printer which I am delighted with. The judge from Kodak had this to say about my winning image ”The simplicity of the photo just makes this look such a serene and peaceful place […]
I was thrilled to be asked by Amatuer photographer magazine for a selection of my images for possible publication in their magazine. They selected a few of my wildlife shots which included a Tiger longwing butterfly, Chaffinch in flight, Puffin portrait and a Starling feeding it’s young. This was Published in the March 10th issue which […]
This was dpreview’s first prize competition with over 3000 entries. I entered my “Lone tree, Sunset” image and won this Tamron SP AF28-75mm F/2.8 XR Di lens.
Delighted to see my photograph “Deer Stag in the snow” on the front page of Scottish Field magazine December issue.