Welcome to Jim Wilson Photographic Images. A portfolio of some award winning images by amateur Scottish Wildlife and Landscape Photographer Jim Wilson
Sheep at dawn
Late Harvest

 

Natural History & Landscape Photographer

Jim Wilson Amateur Natural History & Landscape Photographer resides at Langton Lees Farm, Duns, in the Scottish Borders, situated on the southern slopes of the rolling Lammermuir Hills, which overlooks the Merse basin with its stunning panoramic views towards the distant Cheviot Hills.

 

Born & Bred in Duns Jim incorporates his local knowledge into his photography of popular Berwickshire landscapes.


His passion for photography stems from the farm, which he has lived and worked on for 30 years. When Jim gets time off the farm he also enjoys heading north to the Scottish Highlands to some favourite locations such as Glencoe, The Isle of Skye, Torridon and The Isle of Mull.

 

His atmospheric landscapes and natural history images have gained him many a prestigious award both locally and nationally.

 

Jim relishes the challenge of photographing Scottish Wildlife, from birds in his back garden to Red Deer in the Highlands.  To achieve the ‘perfect image’ it can involve hours sitting patiently in a hide, often in extreme conditions.

 

The camera’s Jim uses are Minolta’s both film and digital, with a preference to film, with a selection of Minolta and Sigma lenses.

 

Jim’s pictures are used by a wide range of organisations and publications including:

BBC Scotland The Wild, Digital Camera, Abbey National, Scottish Farmer, Scottish Quality Meat, Red Squirrels in South Scotland, and the Southern Uplands Partnership and have even featured on a stamp!