Professional Landscape Photographer known for her unique, creative and evocative style based in the northern Scottish Highlands.

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Small collection of the best of my work.

Land of Mermaids Featured

Beautiful, mysterious wild & free. ~Dance in the moonlight. ~Choose imagination over fear & sea treasure in the simple things. Most importantly be who you are, embrace your inner Mermaid whether male of female it doesnt matter.

Jenny Cameron

Tell me you cant see the Mermaids?

Scotland’s best kept secret
Scotland
Island life
World-class beach, Scotland
Sanctuary in Scotland.
Power of nature in Scotland.
Land of Mermaid collection by Jenny Cameron 2020.

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Morgan the midnight fairy

"Morgan" the midnight fairy.
“Morgan” ~ home to Morgan the Midnight Fairy. Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye.

Home to Morgan the Midnight Fairy. Glenbrittle, Fairy Pools, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

Please note this is a composite image. Night sky has been added in post processing. Both images have been taken by myself in the same area of the Isle of Skye.

The use of Haida filters are as follows,

Haida round “drop-in” Circular Polariser and Neutral Density 1.8 (6 stop) combination filter for the water.

M10 round Clear-night for the night sky.

Believe in the fairies who make dreams come true. Believe in the wonder, the stars & the moon. Believe in the magic from fairies above. They dance on the flowers & sing songs of love, & if you just believe & always stay true, the fairies will be there, to watch over you!

I gift a sprinkle of fairy dust for each & everyone of you.

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Glencoe collection

Clansman ( jpeg for web)

Clansman

©Jenny Cameron 2019

Bidean nam bian

Wanderlust re edit (jpeg for web)

Wanderlust

Glencoe (jpeg)

Greetings

Kingshouse

Kingshouse

Sona (jpeg for web)

Sona

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Euphoria

Glencoe (lge jpeg) (px500)

Spirit

Dreaming (jpeg for web)

Phoenix

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Truly

 

©Jenny Cameron 2019

Eternity

 

Hebrides collection

©Jenny Cameron 2019

Rituals

 

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Cridh

 

Seumas (jpeg)

Seumas

 

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Sgurr nan Gillean

Immortality

Immortality

 

Fairyland (i)

Fairyland

 

Ethereal

Ethereal

 

©Jenny Cameron 2019

Alfheim

 

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Neist

Mara

 

Blaven (lge Jpeg for web)

Blaven

 

©Jenny Cameron 2019

Sacrifice

 

©Jenny Cameron 2017

Escapology

 

Labyrinth (jpeg)

Labyrinth

 

Eilean Siar (jpeg for web)

Eilean Siar

 

Haida Picture Appreciation – January 2020

Haida Picture Appreciation

On arrival the light was bouncing all over the place, it had been one of those typical Scottish days where you get all four seasons in one day, this can prove to be very successful for landscape photography as it seems to bring the purest of light, what I call “sparkling- light”. However, this can bring difficulties with light management -You need to be in control of the light, not the light controlling the image. To do this I used a Haida M10 CPL which is my go to filter to control highlights and Haida Red Diamond Medium 0.9 ( 3stops) which produced some real magic. The Callanish stones no matter how many times I visit never fail to make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up, there’s something very spooky but quietly spiritual about it, makes you think about the history which dates back to the stone age over 5000 years ago. The sky didn’t pop as much as I hoped due to the time of year and day time temperatures. I stayed till dusk watching the sun dip below the horizon, all very peaceful at such an iconic location.

lightroom without jpeg

Without filter -ISO 100, F11, 1/25

lightroom with filter

With Red Diamond medium 0.9 and M10 round “drop-in” CPL = ISO 100, F11, 1”3 sec @16mm

lightroom edited jpeg

Post processed in Adobe Creative Cloud

Camera settings Without filters = ISO 100, F11, 1/25 – With Red Diamond medium 0.9 and M10 round “drop-in” CPL = ISO 100, F11, 1”3 sec @16mm. Canon 5d mark iv, Canon 16-35mm L lens, Gitzo tripod & ball head.

I hope this provides you some useful information. Please feel free to ask me any questions. More info and my test reviews on Haida’s website.

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