Scottish Photography Hides launches new website with online booking system

Offers award-winning wildlife photography hideaways for hobbyists, photographers and nature lovers

Scottish Photography Hides are pleased to announce that they have launched a new website with an online booking system. Nature lovers, photographers and hobbyists can now book award-winning hides online. Led by Alan McFayden, this company has delivered photography hides for popular shows like BBC’s Autumn Clock, Canon ad campaigns, ITV’s Border News and more. Alan takes this opportunity to share that her Kingfisher skin was declared the face of Canon’s 1dx mkii campaign in 2017. As the No. 1 provider of Animal photography hides in the UK, Alan and his team ensure their customers have an out of this world experience.

The wildlife photography hides offer an incredible experience for nature lovers who can get as close as the wilderness will allow. You can observe your favorite birds, animals, reptiles and other wondrous creatures of nature in their own habitats; totally unaware that they are being watched, admired and photographed. The wildlife photography hides allow visitors to observe the animals undisturbed, and photographers can click on images that will stand out in their careers. The hides will be set up in a completely safe environment for both spectators and animals. Apart from the situation, attention is also paid to the lighting and viewpoint to give visitors the best experience of nature photography.

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Hideaways for photography are located in the south west of Scotland, the backdrops are surrounded by stunning scenery and improvised backdrops of nature’s best elements. Their Kirkcudbright site holds the maximum number of skins showing the most popular flyers i.e. kingfisher, sparrowhawk and cuckoo. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, there is nothing more satisfying than capturing a bird in action. Whether it’s improving your nature photography skills or just enjoying a day in nature, these hideaways are the perfect spots for any nature lover. Scottish Photography Hides also invests in conservation efforts for these habitats by installing bird feeders, nest shelters and various other habitat enhancement measures. These efforts keep the current species happy and safe, and attract other species as well.

“I am already looking forward to my next visit in September. Would highly recommend Alan McFayden’s skins and love my visits to this special place,” says Karen Fitzsimmons, one lucky visitor. Anyone interested can now book photo hiding spots online via the brand new website. The most popular skins for photography are cuckoo skin, kingfisher skin, pine marten skin, and hawk skin. Alan and his team also conduct multi-day workshops, usually in May. The upcoming workshops are planned for May 2022, registrations are possible. Alan will lead the tour himself, starting with the badger and the tawny owl. Visit the website for more details. The skins for photography present the most amazing styles for photographers who want to expand their portfolio from time to time.

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Based in Kirkcudbright, Scotland, Scottish Photography Hides is a leading provider of wildlife photography hides in the UK. Started by Alan McFayden, the winning images and skins have been featured in national newspapers, ITV and the BBC.



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Address: Kirkcudbright, Scotland


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