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Scottish Prints, Isle of Skye Prints, Harris Prints and Highland art

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Scottish Prints, Isle of Skye Prints, Harris Prints, Highland art

Browse our artwork of Scotland and Scottish Wall Art of the Highlands and Islands

The Stunning country of Scotland is a Landscape Photographers and Hikers Dream, with its Dramatic Highlands, Stunning Scottish landscape and unique Isle's you can find some truly iconic photographic locations to explore to capture some great fine art prints. You can see this vast landscape in our Canvas Prints or Photography of the Scottish Landscape. 

Here you will find my Scottish art prints for Sale, Scotland Canvas Prints, and Highland wall art taken during many visits in our campervan Sylvie in which I have visited the never ending expanse of the Scottish Highlands, the Dramatic Isle of Skye or the quaint Isle of Harris and Lewis with its white sand beaches such as Luskentyre beach.

Stop by and have a look at my Hebrides artwork from the Isle of Lewis, our Isle of Skye Prints, Glencoe Fine Art Prints, Scottish landscape art, and our Mountain Photography for Sale in a range of frames and custom sizes

  

A Canvas Prints of Glencoe valley on the Scottish Highlands.

  

Wall art photos of Luskentyre beach on the Isle of Harris

   

One of our wall art prints of Kilchurn Castle

Kilchurn Castle at Loch Awe in this photographic Print

 

   

 One of our Scottish Landscape Poster art prints of Luskentyre beach 

A Poster prints of Luskentyre Beach on the Isle of Harris

 

  

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PRINTS OF SCOTLAND

We offer free shipping eco friendly landscape photography for sale, we also offer gift wrapping and donate 5% to the wwf charityLearn more about the Scottish landscape

With dramatic peaks, mountain ranges and impressive beauty around every twist and turn, Scotland's landscapes make for a great location for any Landscape Photographer to visit to create some unique wall art and stunning landscape photography in either framed prints, unframed prints or canvas prints.

Located far North of the United Kingdom, Scotland is a place where nature reminds you how small you really are, visit Glencoe and see the towering peaks all around you or travel along one of the giant lochs that scatter the landscape.

From idyllic fishing villages, large lochs to the golden sand beaches of the outer hebrides Scotland has a lot to offer for those adventure seekers out there.

It's hard to describe the photographic opportunities that await you in Scotland, you cn still find vast forests, lochs, mountain ranges and still the only wilderness in the UK, the Cairngorms. One thing is for sure in Scotland! You can expect to produce some stunning examples of Scottish art, ranging from Scottish wall art and block mounted prints to dramatic seascape artwork to frame and hang on your walls.

 

One of our Scottish Art Prints of The Highlands

One of Scotlands Lochs 

Interesting facts about Scotland  

  1. The Steam Engine - It turns out that the city of Glasgow in Scotland is home to one of the greatest geniuses there was. Born on January 19, 1736 and growing up on a small farm near Greenock, James Watt’s name will be forever ingrained in history books as perhaps being one of the main reasons global society had developed into what it is today.

    Without James Watt our entire way of life would have been very different! - James Watt made vast improvements to the original steam engine which allowed it to be reduced in size and to output more power. This meant the steam engine could make its way into factories which kick started the industrial revolution.

  2. Scotland has over 900 Islands - There are four main groups of islands, namely the Inner Hebrides, the Outer Hebrides, Shetland and Orkney. The Isle of Skye, for example, is one of the Scottish islands known as a place absolutely bursting with natural beauty.

    Orkney a set of islands located off Scotland's northeast coast has only actually been Scotttish since 1500, it was settled as early as the 8th century AD by Norse farmers. A couple of centuries later, the Islands' resources and fertile farmland had attracted enough settlers from Norway to make Orkney subject to Norwegian rule.

    By the mid-9th century, however, the three islands that constituted Orkney were conquered by Denmark through force. With time though, Orkney’s cultural ties with Norway grew less discernible and in 1468 Orkney was handed over as dowry to King Christian I upon his daughter’s marriage to James III of Scotland.​

  3. Unicorns exists in Scotland - Well Kind of the Unicorn is Scotlands national animal - What's that? There is no unicorn to be seen here? That doesn't sound like Scotland to us! And who cares if it doesn't exist, the unicorn is surely a wonderful choice. After all.

  4. The oldest tree in Europe - There’s a tree in Fortingall that’s said to be over 3,000 years old. Some say it’s actually 5,000; either way, that’s quite an impressive age for any tree! A local legend has it that Roman Centurion Pontius Pilate was conceived under the shade of this yew tree (whether this is true or not we have no idea).

  5. You Measure Whisky In Drams - Have you ever heard the word dram? Not like a fifth rhythmic pattern, but a tiny measure of alcohol for your drinking pleasure. In Scotland, having a dram means to have a small amount of whiskey or other spirits. The term has now made its way over to the United States where it is thankfully accepted in law as an actual term used to describe any establishment that serves alcoholic drinks.

One of our Scottish Wall Art Prints of The Isle of Harris


 

Follow my road trip around Scotland to see behind my Scottish wall art and art prints



Sebastien Coell is a self-taught photographer from Devon, United Kingdom

He enjoys travel, hiking, rugby and photographing the beautiful world in which we live in, He enjoy's both the technical side of capturing the image as well as the creative act of exploring locations and finding compositions.

He love's to travel and it's his passion for photography that has given him the drive to wake up at 4 am on a cold day to photograph a sunrise, stay up till 5 am to photograph the milky way and camp or stay as some amazing alpine locations over the years.

His photography primarily covers landscapes and seascapes from the UK, Europe and Scandinavia. He creates a range of art prints and wall art in a range of medium from traditional wall art, canvas prints, framed prints and unframed prints, you can see all of his Scottish prints by clicking one of the images.

 

Sebastien Coell Photography in Questions!

What are the best things about photographing Scotland?
Probably the vast size and scale, the mountain ranges, blue waters and of course the freedom to roam rules. You really can capture some great fine art prints whilst in the Scottish Landscape.

Can you give us any must-sees when visiting Scotland?
You can't really go wrong on the west coast, mains land wise, Ullapool is worth a visit, as is Glencoe, Island wise - Skye for Dramatic places and Harris for isolated island feel.

Are there any photography myths you would like to clarify?
You don't have to shoot in manual to be a great photographer its about, selecting your mode to suit your situation.

What equipment is behind your images?
I shoot with a Canon 6D mk1 from 2016
Lens wise, Canon 70-200 F4, Canon 16-35 F4, Canon 24-105 F4
Nikon AIS F1.2, Samyang 14mm F2.8 (for astro)
Lee filters 0.9 soft grad, 0.6 hard grad, 10 stop filter

Spend your money on good lenses and a good tripod,


What is the best things about being a British based photographer?
The UK is a relativity small place but it has a very diverse landscape, you can see mountain ranges, rolling hills, flowing meadows, and a great never ending coastline. Plus you never too far away from a pub lunch.

Where has your photography taken you?
Furthest would be the Lofoten islands, longest away would be Croatia and Northern Italy

What have been your biggest challenges with your photography so far?
Probably the process of running a business from it, building websites, completing SEO etc are tasks I enjoy but are very time consuming, I also don't like post production work on photos, I like to get it correct on the camera.

What do you use Lightroom or Photoshop?
Lightroom for a catalog, Photoshop 100% for editing, Camera Raw is very good.

What is your favourite photography location to date?
That's quite easy The Italian Dolomites.

What are the most important things to consider when becoming a professional photographer? Try and produce your own style and learn to be a good marketer.

How has your youtube channel helped your photography business?
It has helped me with inspiration, I am self thought so youtube has helped me lots over the years and it has been good to give back to the community by sharing my own work. I love the comments and engagement it has provided over the years.

 

 

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