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

8 thoughts

  1. 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. 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. Hi.
    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. 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)

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