The most photographed mountain in Scotland

Julian Calverley's Blog

Just back from a productive week of shooting personal work in the Glen Orchy and Glen Coe area of the Scottish Highlands. The weather delivered everything that I could have hoped for, Hoar frost, Ice and a timely dump of snow.

Watch this space for the finished imagery (you can subscribe to the blog for update alerts)

In the meantime here’s a ‘behind the scenes’ shot of just one of the set-ups, the River Etive, with what is quite possibly the most photographed mountain in Scotland rising up behind, Buachaille Etive Mòr.

For those who like to know, the camera you see is an ALPA 12 STC with Rodenstock/ALPA HR Alpagon 4.0/40 mm SB17, tilt/swing adapter 0°- 5°, 17 mm and PhaseOne IQ180 MFDB.

 Buachaille Etive Mòr © Julian Calverley 2012

The picture above was made on an iPhone, with a quick pass through Snapseed.

And here’s ALPA’s 2012 Christmas eCard..

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