Welcome to Mountain Images – The Home of Mountain Prints
Mountain Images Panoramic and Landscape Prints For Sale
The Scottish Highlands | The Lake District | Snowdonia | Everest & The Himalayas
A Reputation for Excellence in Products and Service
Here at Mountain Images I have been publishing exclusive panoramic and landscape prints since 1983 with an established reputation for high quality products and personal service.
I offer an exclusive range of prints of mountains, at affordable prices, prepared individually for each and every customer.
A Distinctive Style
I am passionate about, and dedicated to, the capture of classic and traditional images of mountains in the very best of conditions. I keep the use of creative filters to the absolute minimum and carry out only the most basic post-capture corrective work back in the studio. The prints you buy from me genuinely reflect the view I saw on the day I took the picture.
Print and Frame Quality
I captured all my mountain images on professional film or high resolution digital cameras before printing them onto a Fotospeed paper with 100 year lightfast ultrachrome inks. I can also supply mounted prints embellished with a single ‘V’ groove and fitted to a range of quality frames. These framed prints are supplied individually after consultation with the customer.
Mountain Images Guarantee
I have been publishing my exclusive mountain images’ panoramic and landscape prints since 1983. Each and Every order receives my personal attention to ensure that my customers enjoy a first class product and a friendly and efficient service. I am always available and happy to discuss customers’ requirements, enquiries or concerns before they place an order.
The Scottish Highlands Collections
At the Heart of Our Business ...
The Cuillins from Loch nan Eilean
A New Print from Mountain Images
The Cuillins from Loch nan Eilean
September 10, 1710 hrs |
The most well-known and popular view of the northern peaks of The Cuillins of Skye is probably that from the bridge at Sligachan. However, a walk of just a few hundred yards further west brings one to this spot beside the beautiful Loch nan Eilean.
I had captured an image here in the early spring of 1985; the loch was still and clear of vegetation and provided an almost perfect reflection of the Cuillins beyond. However, it was too early in the day to light the scene to perfection and the intervening moor was uniformly coloured an uninteresting shade of brown. I had resolved to return but never expected that it would take more than 30 years!
On this particular day conditions were perfect; good light, interesting cloud formations in the sky, the first hints of autumn in the vegetation and still waters with only a hint of a breeze. The sun was just starting to fade, producing that gentle warm light of late afternoon.
A high quality signed A2 print of this image is available HERE.
Mountain Images Audio-Visual Presentations
I have been delivering my powerful audio-visual presentations to corporate clients, film festivals, fundraising events and private functions for many years, and I am grateful to have received considerable acclaim from audiences nationwide. Now designed and produced using the very latest digital technology in high definition widescreen format, these stunning presentations take my audiences on a lifetime’s journey of discovery.
The images are meticulously sequenced to music, sensitively and expertly chosen not only to enhance the visual impact of the photography but also to help audiences to fully appreciate the experiences, both physical and emotional, of those who enter some of the world’s most remote and magnificent mountain environments.
From ‘Endless Horizons – Eternal Summits’
From ‘The Magic of Mountain Light’
A selection of these audio-visual sequences, extracted from my two major presentations – ‘Endless Horizons – Eternal Summits’ and ‘The Magic of Mountain Light’ – are reproduced here in high definition video format for your enjoyment. The videos are presented in a new browser window from my YouTube channel and for best results it is recommended that they are viewed in full screen.