Islandscape Photography offers workshops on the Isle of Mull

Here’s an interesting find. I hadn’t come across this Mull business before. But, thanks to a permanent Twitter search I have on the term ‘Isle of Mull’ up popped ellenbarone tweeting about her recent day photographing with Sam Jones of Islandscape Photography.


Mull offers a wealth of fantastic subjects for any enthusiastic landscape or wildlife photographer. Half the problem is deciding what you want to focus your attention on when there are so many things competing for time and attention. That’s where the local knowledge of an island resident could be indispensible if your time is limited.


Taken during a visit to the Isle of Mull with Islandscape Photography. Copyright Ellen Barone @ http://twitter.com/ellenbaroneIslandscape Photography has a studio located at Taigh Solais in Tobermory. Taigh Solais (meaning ‘the lighthouse’ in Gaelic) is on Tobermory’s recently developed waterfront and belongs to the Tobermory Harbour Association. We’ve got family connections with this building as a cousin played a role in it being built.


Anyway, if you’re a photographer with an interest in what Mull has to offer up in terms of great subject material, you ought to check out Islandscape Photography. Former legal eagle Sam has a wealth of useful information on her site and suggestions on how to make a photographer’s visit to Mull a truly successful one.


Don’t forget to check out some of Sam’s own recent material on her blog. There are some excellent shots of a day photographing the local RNLI boat in action.


Ralph
Twitter: mullescape

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