It goes without saying that taking a photograph inside a castle, or a stately home, is very different from working on a windswept mountain. Yet, in some strange way, there are similaries. In both locations the composition needs to hold together. A sense of perspective and the ability to create a sense of depth are key. FInding something quirky to draw the eye in gives life to a photograph. All these photographs were made using natural light.
Locations in this section include Culzean Castle, Glamis Castle, Dunrobin, Blair Castle, Paxton House, Kinross House, Scone Palace, The Art Lovers House, Traquair, Castle of Mey, Falkland Palace, and Rosslyn Chapel.