Photography in southern Scotland
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Dumfries and Galloway is spectacular place for all photographers. With remote mountains, heather moorlands, shallow reed fringed lochs, and an abundance of wildlife and activities you will be spoilt for choice. The Galloway Red Deer Range is a short drive away where you can take pictures of Red Deer in their natural habitat. Get the close shot of the Red Kites at Bellymack Red Kite Feeding Station or just keep your eyes open for the beautiful red squirrels. Throughout the year there are many events for the 'sports photographer' with rallying through the forest and cycle races through the village, making the Clachan Inn an ideal location at which to be based.

We are fortunate to have some very talented photographers locally, so please take time to check out...

Leeming & Paterson

Leeming + Paterson Photography, Dalry, Castle DouglasTed Leeming and his wife Morag Paterson are landscape photographers based locally in St John's Town of Dalry, Dumfries and Galloway in southwest Scotland. The two artists work together to develop ideas from concept through to fruition, with either one eventually capturing the single image that expresses their combined vision.
(main photograph courtesy of Leeming & Paterson)


Keith Kirk

Keith Kirk semi pro wildlife and natural history photographer and writerKeith is a semi pro wildlife and natural history photographer and writer living and working in the Stewartry area of Dumfries and Galloway.  He is the wildlife feature writer for DG Life magazine and also writes a monthly Nature Notes column for the Galloway News. Keith also offers photography workshops.



Allan Wright

Allan Wright professional landscape photographerAllan has been a professional landscape photographer for over 25 years and in this time he has acquired extensive knowledge of the art of photography and the landscapes of both Galloway and Scotland at large. The Allan Wright Photographic Gallery and Café is located on the banks of beautiful Loch Ken deep in the heart of rural Galloway, 6 miles North of Castle Douglas on the A713 (1.9mls past Crossmichael village).