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The Atget Photography web site
covers historical, modern and cultural fine art photography.
The site has links to photography web sites, museums and galleries
throughout the world.
The site is named after the
French photographer, Eugene Atget
This is a web site created by
It has photographs and descriptions of several areas of Scotland -
Edinburgh, Stirlingshire, Borders, Lothians and the West Highlands.
web site is a
valuable resource for photos of Edinburgh, well worth browsing.
The site has 3,000 of Dave's photos, most of Edinburgh, some of other
parts of Scotland.
Dave's photos include some impressive images
of parts of Edinburgh, now vanished.
an index to photos, by area
- a 'search' box for finding individual subjects.
It also gives details of the terms under which
his images may be used.
selection of fine art prints and photographs from the
davImage web site
David Parker, a new photographer based just outside Edinburgh.
selection of photographs from the web site of Ed Romney, New Mexico,
including one by EPS Judge,
John M Whitehead Hon FRPS
Flickr web site includes photographs of Edinburgh from the 1950s
onwards, taken by Ally McGurk and her farther Thomas M McGurk.
selection of photographs by EPS Members. The selection changes every
Edinburgh 247 web site includes Edinburgh news and
events, together with galleries of pictures that can be sent as email
Here is a link to some of
my photos that I have added to the Edinburgh 247 site. Here
are some of my
old postcards and engravings
that may be added to the Edinburgh 247 site in the future.
Bryan Milne's web site includes a selection of photos from the
Marathon held on 13 June 2004.
selection of historic and modern photographs can be found on the web site of
the Edinburgh newspaper, The
After seeing some of my photos of
petrol pumps in Scotland, Frank Eye, West Sussex contacted me and
told me about a project that he undertook in the winter of 2005-06.
Frank explains that he travelled about England,
following routes he once knew, asking people on the way to remember
where they used to buy petrol. He then located and identified the
sites and photographed them in their varying states of transformation or
Frank's black and white photos of the old
filling stations are
featured on his
in a travelling exhibition and in a small book.
The Flickr web site has images from many contributors, including some
Edinburgh in the 1950s, added to the site by Ally McGurk
A collection of 70
black and white photographs by Tatsuya
Sato of Tokyo, Japan. Also links to several other photographic
Joe Rock -
* Update, Sep 2008: This web site
Joe hopes to replace it by another one later.
This site included a selection of images
by the Scottish Photographer, Joe Rock.
These included interior views of architecture at Dalmeny and Parliament
Hall, Edinburgh, and views of Greyfriars' graveyard.
It was Joe Rock who printed the images
from Begbie's glass plates that appeared in
Begbie’s Edinburgh - a Mid-Victorian Portrait, published 1992.
Something different!- a gallery of photographs
taken from a
by the Edinburgh photogrpaher James Gentles. This web site includes
some award-winning photos together with details of the equipment used and
an explanation of how the photos were taken.
James Gentles is keen to
demonstrate how his kite photographs compare with the same subjects taken
from high altitude. If you think that you may be able to help by
providing high altitude photos, please
email me. Thank you.
This site by David W
Robertson includes some attractive landscapes of the Highlands of
Scotland. It also has a few documentary photographs of Glasgow
taken in the 1970s.
This site was created by
Jean-Marc Becquet of France.
It includes some attractive photographs
This site includes images
from an exhibition
'Found', displayed at Leith in June 2006 and featuring photographs
by Douglas Jones of footballs found in the Water of Leith, 2004 to
This site was created by
Peter J Clark, a member of Cannock Camera Club, UK. He is an
International Exhibitor, and was one of the 3 judges of the Edinburgh
Photographic Society International
site includes monochrome images from Britain and South-western United
States and links
to several other photographic sites.
This site has images
indexed both by artist (photographer) and by subject. The images
include a number of photographs by Hill & Adamson and an engraving of the early amateur photographer and
Member of the Photographic Society of Scotland,
This web site uses images from
the digital archive of photographs and other images in the collection held
by Edinburgh Libraries, Museums and Galleries.
Our Town Stories web
site links many of these images to stories of Edinburgh and to maps of
Edinburgh. It also uses software to show the transition from one
image of Edinburgh to another taken several decades later.
Our Town Stories web
site was reviewed in a 2-page spread in the Edinburgh Evening News on
February 22, 2013, pp. 16-17.
This is a web site gives
advice on pinhole photography, details of workshops, lectures, exhibitions
and an International Directory of Pinhole Photographers.
There are over 900 images
of pinhole photographs taken by photographers from 35 countries on World
Pinhole Photography Day, 28 April 2002.
UPDATE - Now,
the site has images from 2003 and 2004. The 2005
World Pinhole Photography Day
is to be held on Sunday 24 April 2005.
This is a new web site that
has been created by John Kitsco of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He
describes it as a site for fellow photographers. It provides links
to many of the photographic sites that he has found from around the world.
Photo Scotland is a recently created web site
[at October 2004] designed to enable
photographers to display their photographs of Scotland and for travellers
and others with an interest in Scotland to view them.
Each photograph is accompanied by a brief description.
In some cases there is a link to a related web site and for each photo
there is a very useful link to a map identifying the location of the
This web site has been created by 30 year old
Edinburgh photographer, Martin W Paul. It includes a few of his
images together with details of the services that his new photography
Here are several sets of photos of Edinburgh by
Lee Kindness including many
from his ongoing project, taking a different photo each way going to and
from his work in Leith.
I feel that Lee has built up an impressive and valuable
collection of photos through this project and am pleased that he has added
them to the Internet.
Recent photographs by Lee also include some
atmospheric images of
This web site from Blair
Logie has images of Scotland -
There is also a section on the
history of Scotland which Blair hopes will grow, with the inclusion of
some guest articles.
This site by Jenny and Ray
Norman now displays over 10,000 stereo views from around the world.
often includes some interesting views of Edinburgh, Keying Edinburgh
into the keyword search on the site is likely to lead to several pages
that include views of Edinburgh.