Been playing around with a digital camera since about 2002, and a range of film cameras (SLR's and compacts) since I was a student at Art School in the late 70's and early 80's. I now use the Olympic E System, but always have a little Canon Ixus in my pocket.


I live in a very photogenic part of the globe, and travel a fair bit to other, almost as photogenic bits, of the planet.


Oh and my wife and sons are photogenic too.....


My best photos are showcased at (and limited edition prints can be purchased though) my website -


An eclectic collection of my photos can be licensed through Getty Images, where my presence is proving that there is a lively market for Creative Shots of Oil Rigs.


My photoblog is The Green Isle of the Great Deep


I wrote the Photographers Guide to Cromarty the small Scottish Highland Town where I live.


I co-admin the Scotland, Lurkation, Wartime Defences, and Moray Firth pools.


I set up the Scotland Flickr Blog - the very best of the Scotland Pool on Flickr, and run it with Viche .


I also started four modest groups - the Cromarty,the Ross-shire, the County of Sutherland and the Scotland from the Air Pools, and keep meaning to set up a "Vertical elements in the Landscape" pool but have never quite managed it yet...

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  • JoinedDecember 2004
  • OccupationRegional Planner and Photographer
  • HometownThurso, Caithness
  • Current cityCromarty, Ross-shire
  • CountryScotland
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Photos of Calum Davidson


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His photos of Comarty really capture the area in all it's moods my fav's are his BW of the local church. You can tell how he loves the place by the soul in those pics He's done a lot for Scottish flicker life here and is da godfader of the Scotland group

August 7, 2006

I always look forward to Calums postings on Flickr, his photos of the Highlands are always beautiful and interesting, and capture the real flavour of the area. One of my favourite Flickrites!

December 26, 2005