2013_365028 - 24hour

Workshop News *Important*

It is with regret that we have decided not to run with our workshop programme at La Estrellita in Órgiva in March 2018. Read More ...
Beinn Eighe in winter from Loch Clair, Torridon, Scottish Highlands

Zen and the Art of Photographic Appreciation

What is the difference between a marvellous photograph and a photograph of something marvellous? Perhaps that seminal work "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" can help us out.
Joan and Harold Johnson

The People We Knew

Judging photography: how we can read photographs through lines, implied shapes and body language.
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Judging Article in Photography News

My contribution to the contentious subject of judging photographic competitions in Photography News March 2015. Judging photo competitions - don't just do it better, do it differently
Autumn colour, Etang de Lers, Ariège Pyrenees, France - Image by Touching the Light

Discovering Manzac d'en Bas

Preparing for our "Joy of Seeing" photography workshops in the…
2014_413216 - Wave Cloud, Sierra Nevada - image by Touching the Light

Riding the Sierra Wave, La Alpujarra

La Alpujarra in Spain, the southern slopes of the Sierra Nevada,…
Dawn Alpenglow, Barosa, Pyrenees

Touching the Light - New Horizons

"Touching the Light" photographer Ken Scott explains why he has presented his headline presentation for the last time and is reworking his lecture portfolio.
Extraordinarily Ordinary - Horsham Museum 2014

Extraordinarily Ordinary - Exhibition at Horsham Museum

Ken's new exhibition "Extraordinarily Ordinary" opens today at Horsham Museum and runs until 28th June. Admission is free.
2013_365028 - 24hour

Mindfulness & Photography Podcast

BodyMind Institute visionary Keith Beasley talks to Ken Scott, author of Photographing Changing Light about the inner journey of photography: about being aware, mindful and present; being in the right place at the right time.
2013_365028 - 24hour

Why 365 Projects fail and how to avoid the traps

Over five and a half years and 2000 consecutive days, I have seen many photographers start a 365 Project with enthusiasm, only to falter and stop short of that end of year target. So what gets in the way? What stops you? What excuses do you make?