Rob MacKillop

Welcome to my photo blog, imagesRM. By clicking on the stars at the left-hand side of the page, you can access project pages.
I live in Edinburgh, an important city in the development of photography. I am respectful of that tradition.
I have four analogue cameras (Leica M-A, IIIG, Konica Hexar and the Pentax 6×7 medium-format) and one digital (Leica M9 Monochrom).

All images are copyright, but do ask if you would like to use them or have a print.
Comments on the posts are welcome.
Rob MacKillop

Guitar 1

10 thoughts on “Rob MacKillop

  1. Bev Hayes says:

    Hey Rob, Bev here from You tube (LoveandPeaceOccurs). All Your photos are B e a u t i f u l, Thank You … for sharing your perspective. Good luck to you in all you do. Have you seen the site … (I think I’m remembering that correctly?) You can sale your pictures in a variety of formats, if you choose … (I just look at the art … I’ve none for sale) … Anyway, Have a beautiful day

  2. Stefan Zielonka says:

    G’day Rob! Like your site. You mention that you have a Konica Hexar. Is that the AF model with fixed lens? I have one but haven’t used it for years. Which reminds me. “ have I taken the battery out?”
    Take care and stay safe.


  3. victoria turcinovic says:

    Just a distant follower here…..appreciate your sharing the manifestations of your creative fire. I’ve listened to your music for a few years. Gratitude for sharing your poetry on your “last? video.” Much vulnerability there. Third poem resonated most. As for your photography, I love “Laminar’s End”, the boy of “Climate Emergency” in Protest, and the intimate whimsy of the leaf Scanography, Wishing you all the best. Please continue sharing.
    v, in Texas

    • Hi Victoria! Thank you very much for your nice comments about my work. I had intended to do no more videos, but then came Covid-19 and the lockdown, during which I had a lot more time than usual. I also contracted the virus, and have been quite ill, and for solace I would play Bach. I don’t have a lot of strength to hold a guitar, hence the use of the ukulele!
      Anyway, I’m on the mend, getting slowly better, and comments like yours cheer me up. Thanks again! Rob

  4. Hypno Swan says:

    Hi Rob the image at top of this page really does it for me, I love the overall feel and also the technical aspects where the shadows and highlights fall just right. I will refer to this image again as a tutorial

    See you DMF (where I’m DigitalFinger)

  5. Hello Rob, just a word from another musically / photographically inclined chap. Your work is delicately beautiful, both in sound and vision – I appreciate your sharing it with us. I do hope you are feeling better in this new year. All the best.
    Sergerémy Sacré

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