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The shore of Loch Tay at Killin has everything - trees, picturesque paths, a rustic dry stane dyke and there's also a castle - plenty of places to pose your super model!
We can take a gentle stroll and explore all of these things, which are all within close proximity to each other.
With a car park near the dam, there is not far to go to get some epic shots in amongst the loch and mountains. Here, we can go and explore for as long or as short a distance as your pup is able.
We’ll walk up towards the back of Dun More Hill and then veer of to the right for some mountain backdrop shots and we’ve also got the woods for some variety. If you and your dog would like a longer walk, we can also head up to Melville Monument for some shots with the views over Comrie.
This is a good one for elderly dogs or small dogs that prefer short walks. We’ll meet at St Fillans and take a leisurely stroll over the wee bridge to the shore where we can play around and capture some great shots of your dog with the loch in the background. We also have the option of shots on the bridge and on the pier. There are also some great trees!
One of Scotland’s easily accessible majestic locations - and we don’t need to trek far to find a jaw dropping backdrop, which means we can spend our time creating a stunning landscape image for your wall!
Fancy a a climb to the top of The Knock?
There are lots of opportunities for photos along the way on Crieff's little hill. With its wonderful covering of trees, the Knock can provide some stunning spots for dreamy pics in amongst the greenery or Autumn colours depending on the season.
Access to this stunning spot is seasonal but well worth it. We can take a leisurely walk round the loch with plenty of opportunity for eye catching images along the way. The light is especially wonderful here in the golden hour.
For the townies, I offer shoots in the capital with the Castle as a backdrop. We can explore Calton Hill or the Grassmarket. Both locations have spots where we can capture the Castle in the background as well as grabbing a variety of city shots on the way.
For the beach loving pup, the promenade from Cramond to Silverknowes in Edinburgh is a great place to explore and capture your dog in their element. We will have to check the tides as it’s always fun to have a run on the sand when the tide is out. There’s also the dog friendly Boardwalk Beech Club for a bowl of water for the pups and a coffee for the humans half way through the shoot!
For dogs and their humans that like to climb mountains.
A good level of fitness is needed for you and your dog for this climb in the Trossachs. The views are well worth it at the top of Scotland’s mini mountain, however, and there are plenty of stopping points on the way up to photograph your supermodel in amongst the stunning scenery.
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