One of our NQ Students Anna Turek has had an image chosen for a popular Scottish calendar. True Highlands 2020 Calendar chose Anna’s image of Glenfinnan Monument to feature in the month of August. Anna started her photography education by attending night classes in basic camera techniques and digital editing. She loved the courses so […]
Once again I volunteered to assist Lewis in a studio shoot. This time the model was the very pretty Jade who is one of our HNC students. Jade was quite nervous but excited to have the opportunity to be on the other side of the camera. This really is an experience every photographer should have. […]
On January 19th a small group of students and myself headed north to chase the light. As we drove towards Callander the skies looked bleak and the temperature dropped. The first signs of snow appeared on the hilltops. Stopping at Loch Lubnaig did not give us much hope of capturing great images but we […]
As we reach the end of the first Semester, it is nice to look back on one of the highlights with the Fashion students. Again Chatelherault was the venue. The students, some with their own models, Lewis and myself arrived early to get set up. The day was bright which caused some difficulties but Lewis […]
Assistant on location Having assisted Lewis in the studio and gained some excellent experience, i jumped at the chance to assist him on a location shoot. Wiktoria again was the model for the day. The location was the beautiful setting of Chatelherault in Hamilton. Access had already been agreed with management but for this particular […]
We had two destinations for this outing, the first being the Riverside museum in the morning and then Kelvingrove art Gallery in the afternoon. The purpose of the visits was to practice taking images on location for the Media course. these included Interior Architecture and Landscapes. The opportunity was also there for location portraits […]
During the gap week I had the pleasure of assisting Lewis Napier on a Portraiture photoshoot. Lewis was preparing a lesson on lighting techniques which will be used in his classes. There was a reason I asked if I could assist. It is a while since I have been a student. I have seen some […]
After a successful trip to Edinburgh, the NQ Photography class travelled to the other side of Scotland to visit Glasgow. The 21st of April started off cold and windy but did not put us off.
On 10th March NQ Photography left behind the confines of the college. The first part of the day involved a train trip to Waverly station, where they started their search for an interesting Architectural image. Lying on the floor of the waiting room got the students a few strange looks but hey! we are photography students.