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By Claire Why Go? If you want an opportunity to have endless chances to brush up on all genres of photography, both night and day, then this is for you. Hong Kong Island isn’t just skyscrapers, it is about a mass of … Continue reading
In the Shadow of Giants By Claire View map here. Why Go? Whilst the whole of the Antrim coast has huge photographic potential with its rugged coastline and beaches with interesting stacks and arches, the lure for me was The … Continue reading
By Claire Why Go? If you love mountains, enjoy hiking and want to be able to stay in unforgettable mountain huts with scenes every landscape photographer dreams of just outside your door; this is for you.
by Claire Every trip, no matter how poor the weather, has its moments that will be recorded in the brain even if not caught on camera. Bringing home memories and stories to retell is a good second best to having … Continue reading
By Melanie and Claire Melanie: A couple of months ago I suggested to Claire that we have a weekend away in December, she came up with what turned out to be a fantastic suggestion: Anglesey, and to be more specific with … Continue reading
By Claire and Melanie Located in the far NW of Scotland this wild and remote area is dominated by the remarkable mountains of Quinag, Canisp, Suilven, Cul Mòr, Stac Pollaidh and Ben More Assynt. These reddish brown sandstone mountains rise … Continue reading
Granada, Spain By Claire People with families, who also have the photography bug, have to make compromises. It means that on some trips they come too and you have to be cunning to ensure you feed your addiction.
By Bill, Claire, and Melanie One of the most photographed places in Scotland is located at Elgol on the Isle of Skye. Earlier this year, the PTR Team (Bill, Claire, and Melanie) got together and spent a week photographing different … Continue reading
by Claire Carter and Hania Franek Claire: A few years ago I was lucky enough to meet up, on the Isle of Skye, with some people who had driven all the way from Poland to join us on a photo … Continue reading
An interview with Herman Cater. Claire: Herman you have had an exciting and busy year as your biography at the end of this interview shows. Amidst all this you took a trip to Gotland, can you tell us a little … Continue reading
By Claire This trip came about due to a previous holiday in Skye that had been arranged by people who had met on an online photography site. Here I had the good fortune to meet with a Slovenian called Herman … Continue reading
By Claire The world famous volcanic island of Santorini is the southern most island of the Cycladic group in the Aegean Sea.
By Claire The intention of this article is to suggest some walks, lakes and beaches that offer interest to the photographer. I’d be very happy to hear from others who have photographed in Wales, and thereby extend the area covered, … Continue reading
By Claire Why Go? I discovered this region a few years ago and have visited twice, once in February for a purely photographic tour and again in the summer with family. If you like Scotland you’ll love this region. It … Continue reading
By Claire I had to go back through my images to work out when I bought this backpack and realised it was when I got my Canon 10D in 2003. It still looks like new and has been on every … Continue reading
By Claire Image by Kaz (Lake Bled) PTR held its workshop in October 2008 and here I present some of the images taken by (and of) participants. The workshop was a huge success. The accommodation turned out to be even better … Continue reading
By Claire This review will focus on my home patch; all are locations that I can drive to within about 30 minutes. They are places I probably don’t really “see” the full beauty of anymore due to familiarity but I … Continue reading