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 Dad In Scotland

"Malcolm arriving on summit of Bidean nam Bian, with Nikon F2 at the ready, in 1989 with Ben Nevis and the Aonach Eagach ridge appearing out of the cloud inversion blanketing GlenCoe." 

Malcolm Scott Webster Great Collection

A collection of medium format landscape photos from Scotland and around the world by Malcolm Scott Webster Malcolm Scott Webster has spent the last twenty six years climbing all the major hills in Scotland including all the "Munros".During these trips he took literally thousands of coloured slides of Scotland.

Malcolm's Interest in Scotland

My interest in Scotland's landscape and Photos of Scotland was initiated by camping trips on the west coast as a boy with black and white photos recorded on a Kodak 127 bakelite camera. Photography has always been a hobby and when I took up hill walking in 1988 it led to me"compleating" in ten years the 284 "Munros" and thus gaining an intimate knowledge of the country's best scenery. Over the ten years that it took to climb all the major hills in Scotland I took literally thousands of coloured slides of Scotland but I had always wished for a panoramic medium format camera to do the amazing landscape justice.

In 2007 he acquired the film camera he had always wanted, the Fuji 617 medium format panoramic camera. He had waited 21 years to obtain the camera most suited to record Scotland's magnificent landscapes!

Malcolm Scott Webster Limited Prints

Apart from recording Scotland on film, I have produced a series of limited edition prints off the watercolours that I have painted of some of these views. Having travelled extensively in Europe, Canada and America to see the famous landscapes, known world-wide, I can confidently say that Scotland can hold it's own with any of them! It is my aim to promote the best that Scotland has to offer and introduce the delights to a larger audience through my prints and hopefully attract people to visit these areas to experience them for themselves.



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