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How to photograph ruined castles

Kildrummy Castle was built in a shield shape. The ruin is one of the largest 13th century castles remaining in Scotland, and was once a magnificent Scottish fortress. Kildrummy Castle is the scene of sieges and battles, it dates back to the 13th century being beseiged in 1306 and 1335. Robert the Bruce sent his family there to protect them from the English. Gory history tells of a traitorous blacksmith who set fire to the castle and was rewarded in gold for his treason; by having molten gold poured down his throat. The castle was abandoned during the Jacobite revolution by the Earl of Mar who fled to France. dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses Photography by Bill Bagshaw (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, www.dsider.co.uk)

How to Photograph Ruined Castles was a topic suggested by someone for a photography lesson.

How to photograph ruined castles may sound like a good name for a photography course.

Unfortunately it’s not that simple as just “how to photograph something”.¬† There are several building blocks necessary to learn how to photograph ruined castles

Our one to one photography clinics in Scotland enable you to photograph anything you want (including ruined castles) by our sequential learning process.
We do this by evaluating what you already know; correcting misconceptions; then moving on to topics that will further enhance your abilities.

All this learning is centered around you; so what you learn will be focused on your needs and not someone else’s.

So if all you want to do is photograph ruined castles we can even work around that concept.

It always helps if you bring along some of your previous work along to show us, so we have a clearer idea of your current abilities.

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