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Today, we’re featuring a beautiful Scotland travel story from film photographer Weston McGhee. Here are a few words from Weston about his travels…
Scotland is a gorgeous country with so many adventures and amazing things to see. This was my second visit to Scotland, and I knew that I would want to bring the Pentax 67. While I knew it would be heavy to carry around on walks and hikes, it was worth having it with me.
For this trip, I only brought Fuji 400H, because I knew this film would be versatile for me to use in the Scottish highlands whether it be for landscapes or portraits. Additionally, I knew that Fuji 400H would render those amazing greens that Scotland has very well. The shots included are a variety of favorites from my trip which was sight seeing on the Isle of Skye and then from my drive on Scotland’s North Coast 500 (NC 500) visiting a variety of famous locations.
Analog cameras and films used: Pentax 6×7 (Find at KEH Camera or on eBay) | Fujifilm 400h (Find on Amazon)