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Elopement Wedding at Eilean Donan Castle

July 13th, 2018 Posted by Photography, Weddings No Comment yet

Elopement weddings at Eilean Donan Castle are such a romantic way to tie the know are Simon & Katharina came all the way from Germany to celebrate their union at this incredible location. We have been blessed with some stunning weather this year and their special day was no exception, the late afternoon sun beat down on them as they walked together over the bridge to stand on the terrace with views down Loch Alsh and Loch Duich as they said “I do.”

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After signing the register, cutting the cake and sipping some champagne we worked our way around the castle getting some stunning shots of the couple and their witnesses at this grand location.

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This adventurous couple wanted to make sure that they would have a way of letting all their friends and family know about their Scottish Highland Castle Elopement so we made sure to get a shot that summed all that up for an elopement announcement card to be sent out. It was a day to be remembered!

Couples Wedding Anniversary Photoshoot

December 11th, 2017 Posted by Engagement Photoshoot, Photography, Portraits, Weddings No Comment yet

We love doing photoshoots of couples in love, sometimes it’s new love and they are on a getaway in the highlands, sometimes it’s a engagement photo session to make a wedding announcement card from and other times it is a celebration of a wedding anniversary captured with the stunning backdrop of the Isle of Skye like our most recent couple.

Gregory and Victoria, who traveled all the way from the American midwest to celebrate their 5th wedding anniversary, were looking for highland photographers who could capture their loving connection while they shared this new experience together.  For their anniversary photoshoot they not only wanted a gorgeous location but something that symbolised the history of Scotland where Victoria’s family emigrated from long ago. We decided to take them to Castle Moil a coastal ruin on the eastern edge of the Isle of Skye.

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The elements are ever changing in the highlands and so when we are planning a photoshoot we always have backup locations incase of inclement weather. While we were at the castle a we saw a weather front moving in so we decided to take a break and have a coffee, it didn’t take long for the skies to start clearing to the east so we headed a short distance to the village of Plockton and headed out on foot to another location that we love.

We used the Applecross Mountains and Loch Kishorn as a backdrop to our second set of photos. There was a sprinkling of snow on the mountains and the waters were a deep blue and the last of the days sunlight lit up the trees. We had a wonderful time and Greg and Victoria got to see some spots of the beaten track. Here’s to another amazing 5 years!!!

The Quiraing, Isle of Skye, gorgeous sunny summer day

The Quiraing, Isle of Skye

September 20th, 2017 Posted by Nature, Photography No Comment yet

I love Scotland in all of it moods of weather but there is nothing like endless blue skies and 360 degree views when hiking some of the most famous spots on the Isle of Skye. I went with two visiting friends to hike the Quiraing on this gorgeous sunny day where we had just the right amount of breeze and the temperature was perfect. As you start from the parking lot you can head up to the highest point or straight ahead along a path which starts out fairly level which is what we decided to do. To the right there are steep drops from the very narrow path and you can see down to the road far below with tiny cars zooming along. Up ahead rock formations are jutting out of the lush green carpeted land which is dotted with grazing sheep. As we wind along the paths and take pause to look around my friend comments how the land looks like breaking waves rolling into the shore which we later researched the geology of to discover this has been caused by a series of landslips some of which are still active. After exploring the needle and posing for those all so necessary silly photographs for the friends and family back home we reached the top and stopped for lunch. Not often that you get lunch with such a stunning view! On the way back we held onto our hats,  looking back down on the walk we just did, as strong gust of wind blew from the sea and straight up the cliff face below. An excellent day out that I would recommend to anyone with a basic skill level in hiking, it took us a very leisurely 4.5 hours.

Holiday Property Photography

Highland Property Photographer

May 15th, 2017 Posted by Interiors, Photography, Property Photographer No Comment yet

As a Highland Property Photographer we have photographed a number of large and small properties of every description over the past 12 months and have just completed a number of rental properties in Syke specializing in holiday rentals for both air B & B and properties for rent.

Using Photography is the simplest way to capture general living space and cleanness of your property in the highlands. We make sure that you have great high-quality photographs of your holiday rental that will grab the attention of future guests so they can see exactly what you have to offer. With Panoramic views of premises, and a good selection of creative images to provide a visually exciting advert. We will give you a set of images that you can use everywhere in your marketing – on your website, on listing sites and in your social media.

 

 

Kids Poster Prints

May 15th, 2017 Posted by Family Photography, Photography, Portraits, Studio Photography No Comment yet

Krisp Camp Photography is now offering poster style prints for kids! Book a kids photoshoot with us and we will take your child’s favourite photo and make it into a super cool poster print that they can hang on their wall and show off to all their friends. After their super fun photoshoot using props that represent their interest and style they get to pick the shot that will make up their poster print!

Family Portrait Offer In Plockton

May 15th, 2017 Posted by Family Photography, Photography, Portraits, Studio Photography No Comment yet

Take advantage of a Family Portrait Offer In Plockton from portrait photographer Cat Krisp Camp. Right now, Cat is taking bookings for her superb deal on prints, canvas and Disc portraits; which come in three packages-for print and canvas-and three options for disk packages. Great value, professionally taken, this is a not to be missed opportunity as a Christmas present for one or all of your family.

In Plockton for a family portrait offer to throughout the Highlands of Scotland, Cat Krisp Camp Photographer has over the last 10 years, produced beautifully captured portraits that have delighted those recipients of this lovely occasion. Based in her home studio in Plockton, Cat Krisp Camp becoming one of the most popular portrait photographers in the area.

A family portrait offer in Plockton that can’t be beaten, a wonderful gift for all your family; capturing the mood, expressions ans personality of a family together, which is timeless moment that can be cherished thereafter. With Sandi’s wealth of experience, passion and understanding of composition, lighting and people, you won’t regret your decision with this family portrait offer from Cat Krisp Camp Photographer.

Our photo sessions are a fun way to get great natural shots of your kids to have as a keepsake and to share with friends and family. We have lots of props in the studio and if there is anything that your child loves whether it is a teddy bear or their favourite sports gear we would love for them to bring that along so we can capture an image that is unique to them.

       

We also offer outdoor shoots if you would like photos set in the stunning landscape of the highlands of Scotland where we are based.

Studio Opening

May 1st, 2017 Posted by Family Photography, Photography, Portraits, Studio Photography No Comment yet

Krisp Camp Studio is now open! We are offering portrait sessions for any age whether you want a stunning portrait for your home or to share with friends and family or you would like professional headshots for your social media and web profiles. Get in touch with us to find out more.

Photo booth Fun

Somewhere at Greenman Festival

July 22nd, 2015 Posted by Events, Photography No Comment yet

In the SOMEWHERE FEILD at Greenman Festival in Wales kids and parents alike found themselves transported to the land of madness with our best photobooth yet! We had a fantastic selection of hats, capes, crazy sleeves, sunglasses, ray guns and lobster hands. The Somewhere Field is for teenagers, which is an age group that is often left out in festival planning, but of course parents are welcome and I think secretly they love it too and are happy to tag along. What set this photobooth off was not just the awesome costume selection but our background which was created by painting with light. We created this set up by using our customised marquee and asked people to select their crazy costumes, enter the marquee and strike a pose.

With the combination of dressing up clothes and our photographic handy work we created a unique experience that had excited kids and inspired adults into finding their inner child. All of the pictures were free to download after the festival so that everyone could share the images with their friends and parents, this was a massive success and we are looking forward to sharing the experience at more festivals.