Monday, March 3, 2014

Series: Photographers On Etsy: Part 4

This is the fourth in a series of Photographers I will be featuring.  Each of the photographers are from Etsy.  Enjoy the interviews and please visit their shops. 

I would like you to meet   Amanda Kinghorn   owner of  Amanda Kinghorn Photo

What type of photography is your favorite and why?   Landscape photography. I'm inspired by trying to capture the amazing landscapes all around me in the Scottish countryside. I particularly love long exposures, capturing the movement in water, skies etc and turning them into misty, flowing images. I also love taking images in the soft early morning light and after dusk when everything has a blue hue.

When did you first start doing photography?  Photography has been a hobby for around 10 years. I started out with an old minolta film camera that belonged to my dad. It had been sitting unused for years and I decided to go to a black and white film photography class and learn how to use it properly. I only used film for a couple of years, as it became increasingly difficult to find community darkrooms.

When you're not shooting photos, how do you spend your time?   Making Photo Wood blocks, selling prints and wood blocks at makers markets and art fairs, fair weather jogging!

Did you go to school to study photography? If yes, where?  No. I started off attending evening classes to learn the basics, and have attended a couple of workshops, but generally I am self taught. I'd love to give-up the day job and train as a professional photographer.

How would you describe your style?  calm, peaceful, traditional. 

What type of camera(s) do you shoot with?  Canon D60.

And now for some photos
Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland photographic print

White Hydrangea Print, Wall art

Loch Ard, Boat House, Scotland

Blossom Photo Wood Block. Wall Art. Hand Made

Poppies in corn field, Scotland

Be sure to visit Amanda's shop for more beautiful photos.

*** All photos are property of Amanda Kinghorn   owner of  Amanda Kinghorn Photo  and have been used here with permission.  Please do not download.***


  1. Oh my, your work is stunning. I love the castle, and the Loch Ard! I love photography, but it is just a hobby for me.

  2. Gorgeous! I wish I was better at photography. You really capture the beauty of nature. I'm a new follower from the Etsy Blog Hop!

    May from La Vie En May

  3. Thank you so much for featuring my work. And also for your lovely comments Melissa and May.

  4. These photos are awesome! I'm a new follower from AdelaidesCorner.