Our two new Royal Deeside photography courses are:-
Pre College Photography Course – Summer Photography School.
Suitable BOTH for photographers who wants a sound grounding in photography AND for prospective students.
A golden opportunity for you to succeed in photography.
Duration: A choice of one, two, or three weeks.
Click here for details Book now ! Don’t leave this summer holidays opportunity too late !
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. email us to confirm your bookingSocial Documentary Photography – Duration one day.
Concentrating on black and white Social Documentary images, and how to create them in the digital age.
Click here for details
With Bill Bagshaw photography courses you are embarking upon a unique proven method of learning;
that produced many of the U.K. ‘s leading professional photographers.
Bill graduated with distinction from one of the leading professional photography courses in Europe.
Sadly that course no longer exists, but Bill has developed that format into his own unique teaching style.
Bill’s professional photographic experience includes being the Staff Photographer for multi national companies.
Bill has lectured extensively to full time professional photography students. He has also incorporated sports coaching methods into his teaching.
Bill Bagshaw photography courses are about you gaining genuine understanding; and the ability to figure things out on your own. They are not about memorising all the facts someone wrote into a curriculum.email us to confirm your booking
The full range of Bill Bagshaw photography courses also includes:-
Hourly lessonsMaster your CameraZero to HeroColourStudio LightingCompositionPortraitureMacro photographyPerceptionPhotography MentoringMark Felix at Aboyne Highland Games, copyright Bill Bagshaw
Ballater Railway Station Fire. The Station is being rebuilt.
Ballater Railway Station fire caused devastating damage. The Station is being rebuilt.
Sadly Ballater Railway Station, Museum and The Restaurant were largely destroyed by fire, in the early hours of Tuesday 12th May 2015.
Queen Victoria’s Railway Carriage; and horse drawn carriage; survived the fire.
The Restaurant was burnt to the ground.
Ballater Station Restaurant was razed to the ground, the chimneys have now been demolished.
Heavy Events are spectacles of amazing feats of strength. The competitors are known as Heavies. Heavies are the superstars of Scottish Highland Games.
Scottish Highland Games differ from Highland Games abroad where Heavy Events are more prominently featured.
Scottish Highland Games are also a festival of piping, Highland dress, races, pipe bands, tug o war, culture and highland dancing.
So it’s surprisingly that Scottish Highland Games Heavies names are little known to the general public.
Craig Sinclair was the 2014 Grampian Highland Games Heavies ChampionBruce Robb was the Champion in 2013Bruce Robb tosses the CaberGrant Sinclair (Craig Sinclair’s younger brother) is climbing up the rankingsClick here for heavies slideshow
Braemar Gathering 2014 got off to a great start with a pleasant morning. In the afternoon The Gathering was hit by heavy rain, causing difficulties for the hill racers.
Fortunately the sun broke through before Her Majesty The Queen arrived, accompanied by Prince Charles and the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Queen accepts flowers watched by Prince Charles
All photos by Bill Bagshaw Commercial Photography& Bill Bagshaw photography coursesThe Royal Salute #BraemarGathering
A drummer enjoys the party atmosphereEven The Heavies were forced to take cover from the rain Braemar Versammlung Schottland
Shot ! Putting The Stone 推铅球 苏格兰链球
Tug O WarPipers 苏格兰风笛
Braemar Royal Highland Society 风笛
The Hill Race Sets OffPolice Pipe Band Drum Major Schottischer Tambourmajor Braemar Schottland
Raising The CaberDrum MajoressTossing The Caber Baumstammwerfen
Tug o War overhead viewHaste Ye Back to Braemar Gathering
The stands await you for the next Braemar Gathering
More photos coming soon Click here for Braemar Gathering Slideshow
Photography Courses Gift Vouchers
dsider.co.uk events and photo guide to Royal Deeside & Strathdon
dSider Cookies Policy