A new 1-stop resource for nature & wildlife photographers
Alan McFadyen & Scott Latham are pleased to announce that they have formed a strategic partnership whereby the Scottish photography hides and Scott’s workshops and holidays services will be available via one simple brand – Wildlife Photography Experiences.
Scottish Photography Hides, run by Alan McFadyen, is the UK’s leading wildlife photography hide provider in the UK. Used by professionals and hobbyists alike. The hides have been featured on BBC’s Autumnwatch, provided many award winning images and the face of Canon’s 1DX mkii campaign.
Scott Latham is a conservationist and field ecologists and has provided workshops and holidays for over 5 years. His work is featured in national press, TV and has been awarded many times including the winner of The British Photography Awards 2019.
Together, we will probably be the largest wildlife photography full services provider in the UK.
Wildlife Photography Experiences offering will not remain as just hides, workshop and holidays. As an organisation we will be expanding the services available to nature lovers with services such as:
- fotoHIVE – the ultimate wildlife photography community.embers benefit from free hide days & workshops, video tutorials, regular articles, videos, podcasts and discounts, plus a fantastic a community created by highly experienced pro photographers to enjoy connecting with like minded photographers and learn.
- FOTOZINE – A digital wildlife photography eMagazine.
- And many more ideas in the pipeline.
This partnership is very exciting for both organisations. It combines the innovative field craft skills of Alan’s photography hides and leading conservation focused holidays and UK workshops, with a community driven focus to bring wildlife photographers and nature lover’s together.
PLEASE NOTE: To make things easier for our current customers, all current user accounts on photo photographyhides.co.uk & scottlathamphotography.com have been moved to wildlifephotographyexperiences.com.
This mean you should be able to login using your same details as before. If you have any issues please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.