Welcome to Ed Duncan Photography
Ed is a Scottish freelance photographer based in Wester Ross in the Highlands of Scotland.
Passionate about pictures and the natural world, Ed has been travelling around Scotland and abroad for over 25 years using every opportunity he can to capture magical colour and monochrome moments using Fujichrome Velvia and Ilford Pan F films.
Resisting the temptation to "go digital", he has leaned on traditional equipment and his trusty combination of 35mm and medium format cameras from Contax, Mamiya and Fuji. Within the past few months, he has decided to complement his traditional gear with some full-frame Canons which he has adapted to use his line up of Carl Zeiss T* optics.
Although accomplished as an events, wedding and portrait photographer, Ed now specialises in mood, sea and landscape.
Ordering is easy. All of the pictures seen on the website are available as prints in addition to limited edition mounted/framed work and the Wester Ross calendar. You can find out more information about each picture and on how to order by hovering over the picture and clicking on ’ info & purchase’ or just e-mail Ed to find out more information.
If you would like any of the pictures you see to be printed to a different specification to that available on the website (e.g. picture size, mount colour, etc) then please enquire by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or clicking on the ’contact’ link on the menu bar above.
You can also see and buy work which is on display in Wester Ross at local shops, exhibitions, craft fairs and markets.
If you are a facebook user, you can also participate in discussions and keep up-to-date with latest events using the page link below.
If you like Ed's work, he also enjoys running a limited number of one-to-one photography tuition sessions and field trips covering technical theory, practical skills and picture critique using traditional and digital equipment. However, it has to be noted that unreliable weather in this area can be huge problem for arranging this kind of activity in advance. As such, Ed wants to avoid disappointment so please enquire by clicking on the contact link on the menu bar above to discuss any ideas directly and closer to (or even during) the time of travel.
You can now follow Ed's latest work on facebook. Great if you "like the page"