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Who I am
My name is Philip Price. I am a professional wildlife photographer and tour guide, and the founder of Loch Visions (est. 2006).

My work focuses on Scottish wildlife and encouraging others to enjoy Scotland's abundant wildlife. Thank you for visiting my site.

Televisions work

Philip has worked for the BBC featuring as both presenter and expert guide click below to see some examples

Countryfile - click picture right
Landward - click here
BBC Scotland - click here



Philip Price
on the BBC


News Flash
Loch Visions wins abstract national photography award
News Flash
New Weekend Experiences for 2012 announced

Press Cutting
Feature in the Herald newspaper

Press Cutting
From awards - local
Press Cutting
From awards - national


Photograpy Awards:

Natural Abstract Winner 2011 Scottish Nature Photography Awards

2nd Place in the wildlife category, 2011 Scottish Nature Photography Awards

British Wildlife Photography Awards Highly Commended 2010

Numerous finalist and semi finalist images in the international wildlife photographer of the year, british wildlife photographer and scottish nature photography awards:

Business Awards:

Loch Visions Wins British Countryside Alliance Award for Best Rural Enterprise of the Year 2008

Loch Visions Wins Scottish Countryside Alliance Award for Best Rural Enterprise of the Year

Loch Visions are finalist in the National Thistle tourism awards - Oct '08

Loch Visions are finalists in the UK Young Rural Entrepreneur of the year 2008 competition run by the Field magazine
Oct '08

Loch Visions win the regional PSYBT business awards
Sept '08

Loch Visions is pleased to announce we are best tourism business (May 2008) at the Moffat and PSYBT tourism awards - click here

Loch Visions wins commerce business of the year 2008 at the national BT scotland young e entrepreneur of the year awards - click here for article

Loch Visions has won a merit award at the annual Highlands and Islands buisness awards 2007/8

Publication credits

Credits include: Scotland Outdoors magazine, BBC Wildlife Magazine, The Courier, The Field Magazine, Financial Times, Scotsman, Herald, Electronics Weekly, Envirowise, cross compliance farming for the environment advisory body, Momenta, Argyll Communities Organisation.

I have also worked for the National Geographic critter cam unit.

Other corporate clients include Tiso, chart topper Laura McGhee - singer song writer, and Colin Prior photography.

My work is represented by Splashdowndirect.com however I do sell directly as well see freelance for more details.

I design all my own gift cards, prints, framed pictures and the website, see freelance for more information.

I am a full member of the Oban Mountain Rescue Team and a qualified first aider.

Further information
To commission me or purchase any of my work please see the freelance section of this website or contact me directly, see contact page. To see interesting links please go to the contact page.

When I started out in photography, other photographers' websites were an invaluable tool for my learning as they helped me understand ethics of wildlife photography, equipment and field craft. In order to continue that tradition so others may benefit as I did, I include below a list of what equipment I own and use:

Cameras: Fuji S2 pro, Canon 1d Mk2, Canon 1d mk3
Lenses: 500mm IS Canon F4, Sigma Macro 150mm, Nikon F1.4 50mm, Tamron 17-35mm F/2.8-4
Extension tubes: Canon 2X converter
Other: Gitzo1500 tripod, wimberely head, lee filters, Canon 52mm drop in polariser, Manfrotto tripod, homemade bean bag (thanks to my grandmother and dried sweet corn), lots of flash memory, camo net, cheap green tent from Lidls (excellent hide once you cut it up a bit), camo clothes, thermals, Avon skin so soft (for the midges!)
See gallery for more information on the actual picture taking.

All wildlife experiences, wildlife photography holidays, wildlife tours, wildlife photography courses, and wildlife images only feature wild animals in Scotland, no captive or semi feral animals are used

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