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Hugh at Howmore Bridge by Hugh Spicer / UIsdean Spicer

 

You can visit my most interesting photos on flickriver at:

 

www.flickriver.com/photos/65166290@N00/popular-interesting/

 

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/65166290@N00/11380853925/]

 

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/65166290@N00/8730908639/in/photostream]

 

A review of a set of my photographs is on The Guardian at:

www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2010/sep/28/photo...

 

www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/gallery/2010/oct/15/3#/?p...

 

"Guardian Camera Club: Hugh Spicer portfolio

A review of Hugh Spicer's portfolio.

 

This portfolio starts with the elegant 'Bute Tree', which is about as simple as a photo can be and works beautifully. In contrast 'Chatelherault Country Park' is complex and less easily readable. I feel it needs more contrast to enhance the detail in the trees. 'Loch Pityoulish forest track' has a great sense of depth, the dynamic composition starts with the diagonal trees on the right hand side, which draws the eye forward and along the track. 'Loch Pityoulish' is another classic composition, only the sharp focus on the foreground grass detracts… 'Loch Voil Mist' has great black & white tonality, the line of the hills directing the eye to the single tree. In such elevated company 'Loch Voil, March 2006' simply looks ordinary; it's cluttered and the 'reflection' idea is a bit of a cliché. Nonetheless there are some excellent shots in this set, demonstrating real technical know how"

  

I have been a digital photographer since September 2001 and moved on to using a D/SLR in February 2006.

 

I very often get requests to use my photographs for use on websites, blogs, commercial websites, books, magazines, calendars etc.

 

If you would like to use any of my photos* please contact me by flickrmail - or by hotmail at:

hughspicer@hotmail.com

  

Please respect the fact that I retain copyright of *my photographs.

  

*Notes

 

* Please respect the fact that I retain copyright of my photographs [that is, photographs and digital images "taken" by myself].

 

* There are some images on my flickr site which are scans of old photographs / postcards etc. On most of these the copyright owner is unknown. I do not own or claim to own the copyright of these images.

  

* You can see my photographs that have been used on other sites at:

 

ashwoodframers.co.uk/

 

www.hebridesholidaycottage.co.uk/to_do_on_uist.htm

 

www.polocharinn.com/ and www.arranselfcatering.com/

 

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/65166290@N00/294302988/in/set-72157594370082414/]

 

www.northsailtraining.co.uk/page_1234557748468.html

 

www.core84.com/

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  • JoinedOctober 2006
  • OccupationPublic Servant
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I love Hugh's photographs.. they are so inspirational!! he captures the beauty of Scotlands landscapes just perfectly! I wish I could have an addiction like that too :)

February 23, 2010

I love looking at hughs pictures all his pictures are truly breathtaking and it is a pleasure to spend a good ten minutes browsing his photo stream

January 16, 2010

Hugh's images are one of the highlights of Flickr for me. His enthusiasm for getting out and about in the wilder parts of Scotland (especially the islands) really shines through the pages of his Photostream. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has spent 5 or 10 minutes looking through his photos, and gone straight from… Read more

Hugh's images are one of the highlights of Flickr for me. His enthusiasm for getting out and about in the wilder parts of Scotland (especially the islands) really shines through the pages of his Photostream. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has spent 5 or 10 minutes looking through his photos, and gone straight from there to the Calmac timetables! Keep them coming, Hugh! :-)

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June 5, 2009
howbeg says:

a lovely selection of picture both great landscape and just honest to goodness fun. Lang may your lens work shuggy

January 8, 2007