Ebook from Society of Scottish Landscape Photographers

April 1, 2020 by Perthshire Creates

The Society of Landscape Photographers members have spent the last few months preparing for one of their largest exhibitions to date which was planned to be held this month at The Bield, near Tibbermore, Perthshire.  Recent events have unfortunately but understandably put the exhibition on pause for now, and has been re-scheduled for Spring next year.

This will be their 8th exhibition and one of their largest and most diverse to date, showcasing work from around 40 members featuring a vast array of styles, ranging from traditional landscapes portraying the wild and rugged beauty of Scotland, to more creative views of the landscape and details within.

Many of the photographers are national and international award winners, company ambassadors and published photographers therefore the standard of work is guaranteed to be high.  Whilst we’ll have to patiently wait until Spring 2021 to enjoy their work in person, the group have in the meantime released an ebook (which was due to go live following the opening of the exhibition). This contains a taster of some of the images which are due to be displayed at the exhibition next year, and details about the contributors.

So whilst we’re unable to get out and about and see some of these beautiful places in person, the next best thing for now is to grab a cuppa, sit back and enjoy browsing their ebook on this link here:


All the images seen in the book are for sale and if anything is of interest you can contact the artists via their contact information noted in the book

For more information about the Society you can visit their website www.soslp.com or Facebook page www.facebook.com/soslp

Sunrise on Sango – Paul Miller

Gloriously Abandoned – Davie Hudson

Little and Large – Nicky Goodfellow

Milarrochy Tree, Loch Lomond – Alistair Dick

Up Helly Aa – Gordon Siegel

Thin Ice, Cairngorms National Park – Ian Barnes

Storm Brewing – Sean Kerr – Beach on the Isle of Harris, about 5 minutes before a hail and snow storm hit me!

Slioch Reflections, Loch Maree – Annette Forsyth

Top Image: Loch Lubnaig – Neil McDade