This website contains photographs taken by Dennis Penny
an amateur photographer living in Dunfermline, Scotland. The photographs cover a variety of different subjects and
styles and can be viewed by using the
Albums headings above.
The majority of the photographs on display have been taken using Canon
cameras and lenses. A variety of Digital SLRs being used over the years.
Currently the SLR being used is a Canon 1DX Mark II and while a variety of
lenses are owned the most used lens is a Canon 100-400mm L Mark II. An
additional camera has been purchased an Olympus M1 Mark II, results from this
camera will be seen from 2020.
While this is not a commercial venture, any of the images displayed may be purchased for a nominal fee (only if this does not conflict with any commercial image rights of 3rd parties). For further details please
contact me using the email address shown below.
Albums contain images of a whole range of subjects.
Landscapes can be found as well as images from travel photography. The travel
photographs are more likely to have been taken using compact cameras. The
technical data (EXIF) for all the images on this site can be viewed in each
Included in the site are several albums of sporting events. These include
Equestrian events from Horse Racing to Show Jumping, with Polo, Carriage Driving
and Horse Trials also being covered. These events mainly taking place at venues in Scotland. Requests to use these equestrian
images have been received from several publications. Also images have been
supplied to individuals connected with equestrian events such as racehorse
owners and trainers.
Other sports are covered from fast paced Motor Sports of both car and bike
racing to a perhaps the more sedate sport of Cricket.
Although the capturing of the action may be seen as the
purpose of sports photography where possible photographs are included
showing some of the background to the event. All the sports photographs are taken
from areas used by spectators with no special access or privileges being sought or
Also a general interest in aircraft has resulted in aviation photography being added to my portfolio.
The aim being where possible to avoid standard record shots and create images that are a bit different.
Aviation photography can therefore be a challenging subject with the weather, light and types of aircraft all playing a part.
In addition to general aviation being covered at Edinburgh Airport albums of photographs taken at Air Shows
and also Gliders near Kinross are also included.
Privately owned aircraft using Fife and Perth Airporst are interesting
to photograph due the variety of aircraft flown there. Although aviation
photography is a new subject for me the images have been well received. Requests to purchase these images coming from airline pilots, airlines and a major aircraft
While taking photographs at Edinburgh Airport an unexpected bonus has
resulted as it has turned out to be a good source for wildlife photography.
From Ospreys to Deer have been photographed within feet of the airport
While Digital Images are the main medium used on this site there are a few Movies. These are short clips where the Movie function on the camera has been used or
Time Lapse sequences deliberately created and where a sequence of stills taken of some action have been joined together.
There are other albums covering various
subjects and photographic techniques. To visit them simply
use the menu at the top of the page or the Sitemap below.
There are also albums containing samples of photographs.
The Thumbnails in all the albums have a red star where the image has been newly added, some albums also have a search facility.
Maritime photographs can also be viewed. Living close to the River Forth allows for a variety of shipping to be
photographed from pleasure craft to cruise liners. Also the bridges that span the Forth
allow vessels to be photographed with iconic backdrops.
Navigation through this site can also be achieved by using a site map there is a
Text version and one based on
You may like to visit other websites created by Dennis Penny:-