Angus Mackie is a professional forester and photographer who has lived and worked in the Highlands of Scotland during the last 35 years and who is based on the Black Isle.
My interests include mountaineering, sea kayaking and ski touring all of which are incorporated into my photography.
I am a qualified Summer Mountain Leader, a Sea Kayak Leader and a UKCC Level 2 Sea Kayaking coach as well as a longstanding member of the Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team.
With a broad and wide ranging knowledge of the Highlands, I am always looking for new locations and fresh perspectives for my photography. Using the natural light at spectacular locations is a key factor for me.
I specialise in 360° panoramic photography and have considerable experience and expertise in this field. Preferring a wider scale landscape format for presentation of my photographs, many of the images in my blog are presented in a wide format which I think conveys the sense of place more realistically.
Immersive, interactive photography is highly rewarding and has led to some exciting web based developments which are now finding their way on to the pages of this website.
With lenses ranging from 10mm to over 400mm, I portray a wide range of perspectives on this web site. The use of High Definition cameras mounted on my sea kayak or my remote control quadcopter complements my approach to photography and produces some unusual perspectives.
I have a growing number of clients and my list of commissions ranges from the production of 360° panoramic images from the summits of Scottish mountains to photographic courses delivered from a sea kayak.
Please use my Contact page if you would like to know more about me or the photographic services I can provide.