If you like my pics and wish to view them and interact with my stream please feel free to add me as a contact.

All your comments, notes, critiques and feedback are much appreciated, it’s good to know there are people out there behind the views.


A note on notes.

I like notes on my pics, add them if you want.

As for the numerous crop suggestions, I don’t have a zoom lens and I very rarely crop my pictures at all (unless they are square) what I take is what I post.



I live in rural Perthshire but originally come from the North West of Scotland. I’m a professional artist woodturner making my living from the work I sell through galleries.

My woodturning website is here www.angusclyne.co.uk

This is a video by Phil Brammer of me making on the lathe youtu.be/MUDXZ6z2G_s worth a watch, cheers Phil.

I have drawn, painted and taken pics for most of my life. I even spent some time studying fine art at collage. In the past I have owned a couple of film SLRs but was always frustrated at the time delay and lack of control over the finished image. Today's digital capture and processing is like a dream come true for me.

Photography has always been my hobby, now it is my obsession/addiction. I used to take pictures when I went out, now I go out to take my pictures.

I use a Canon 5D Mark II which is a fantastic camera. Due to lack of adequate finances I have only use canon prime lenses; a 20mm wide angle a 50mm f-1.4 and a 100mm f/2.8 macro. These lenses allow me to capture clean sharp images that would otherwise only be attainable with a very expensive zoom lens.

I use Lee filters. A combination of hard grad, soft grad, ND and CPL filters to capture a reasonably balanced image that I can go to work on later.

I often use very long exposures, these are achieved with any combination of ND filters that I feel are appropriate for the lighting available at the time.

I do most of my processing in Photoshop.

I like to keep my photographs real but have no real interest in reality...

P.S. I’m dyslexic and colour blind, both can generate unusual and unforeseen consequences on flikcr...


I spend a lot of my spare time (and money) pursuing the images I want to get. Please don't use them without my permission.

If you wish to purchase or use any of my images digitally please contact me via email.

I have a selection of my most popular images available in a range of sizes ready to post. All images are professional printed on Fujifilm archive quality paper.

Email me @ angusclyne@hotmail.com

Or get ripped of at

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I don't want to flood redbubble with my work, so if you wish to purchase a specific image let me know and I will post it there as soon as I get time.

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    Samantha Nicol Art Photography says:

    "Angus and Masterpiece...Two words you can always put in the same sentence when describing his work!!

    Amazing photographer...Nothing more to say!

    Sam :0)"

    October 11th, 2011

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    willsboro_wanderer says:

    "Beyond the technical aspects of F-stop and length of exposure there is an alchemy that some photographers access. It is a gift that allows the viewer to glimpse the sense of place that belongs in the heart of the image taker.
    Do we see this from all who were born and raised in the same area? Not necessarily, there are some who wish only to be gone from where they came, and others who might live their whole lives in a place, yet not see its beauty.
    Then there are those like Angus, who carry their cameras through that thin veil that seperates who we are from where we are. Till the place we know so well shines in our images.
    It is that love and deep knowledge of place that gives us a certainty when we wake and look out on the day - that the light will dance 'just so' that morning. We go out into it and are utterly delighted when what we have seen a thousand times is somehow different yet just as lovely - Angus captures that and shares it.
    His photos of Scotland evoke in me a longing for a place I have never been. They take everyday objects that some might dismiss, such as a fallen down stone cottage, and allow us to see the beauty through the eye of the beholder.
    Photography is deeply personal, yet worth nothing if not shared with others. I thank you Angus for sharing what you see, it shines."

    November 23rd, 2010

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    andyholmfirth says:

    "There's such a strong sense of place , time and movement in Angus's images that takes me straight there to the place it was taken everytime I look at one.I can almost feel the dark falling or the cold before dawn when I look at the light colouring a loch or the fading glow in one of his skys.Wonderful stuff."

    June 8th, 2010

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    2k Photography says:

    "I have been following Angus's stream for some time now and I was just blown away by the kind of work he's been producing consistently for so long.

    His long exposures, his beautifully saturated images define and portray nature beautifully and his work is beyond compare. It was amazing to read about him and to interact with such an amazing lover of the lens. His work is true inspiration and he's most definitely one of the most talented contacts on my list. :)

    The best in life for you, mate."

    May 1st, 2010

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    New Talent Modelling says:

    "Angus is a Master with his wide angle lens and his photostream is always a delight to look through.

    Best of all… he's a fellow Scot! :-)"

    November 12th, 2009

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    Ingrid. says:

    "I love Angus' style of photography.

    It is always a delight to view his photostream. Here you will find an inspirational abundance of little gems, his images are a real feast for the eyes! Angus has incredible talent and an amazing eye for his art in the outdoor world.

    One of my most favourite photostreams on Flickr - keep up the great work Angus!"

    October 21st, 2009

Angus Clyne
August 2008
Perthshire, Scotland
I am:
Male and Taken
Woodturner / Artist