Award-winning Scotland based photographer Dougie Cunningham is finally releasing his four-yearlong project Photographing Scotland. This extraordinary guidebook opens up Scotland’s classic landscapes from unseen perspectives and reveals new hidden treasures amongst the evergreens of the Gaelic countryside. Photographing Scotland is fresh on the market and soon to become the cornerstone for anyone hoping to capture the wild Scottish landscape. Copytrack spoke to Cunningham about his epic debut, his advice for capturing the Scottish landscape, and his experiences with digital image theft.
What can readers expect from your book Photographing Scotland?
What makes shooting in Scotland such a great experience?
What is your favourite location and time of year to shoot in Scotland?
The cover image is spectacular. Can you tell us whereabouts in Scotland it is and the story behind the photo?
How long has this book be in the works, and was there a particular challenging part of the process?
Do you have any tips for photographers hoping to capture the Scottish landscape?
As a photographer, how do you distribute your work online, and do you ever have issues or fears of digital image theft?
About Dougie Cunningham
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