About iso200

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Welcome! iso200 is the website of Dave Fitch, a photographer in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Photography

Everyone has (or uses) a camera when they are young, and like most of us I was terrible! I bought my first SLR in the 1980s, and fell in love with photography in Tunisia of all places. From there things developed and I started selling photos to magazines in the early 1990s – this was back in the days of Fuji Velvia and Ektachrome and manual focus. Fast forward twenty years and I’ve had my photos on book covers, on websites, Christmas cards, and I’ve even taken the odd picture of a bride and groom.

Follow me!

You can follow me on twitter, on Flickr, by email, and via RSS.

Approach

I grew up in Bermuda: it’s no coincidence that my photography is heavily influenced by the island’s bold colours and strong, graphic architecture and shapes. My professional background is the study of cities and of urban morphology: this is reflected in a love of cities and urban and architectural photography. I was lucky enough to grow up around boats and the sea.

Copyright and licensing

Most of my images may be licensed for commercial use – use my contact form to get in touch.

Recent Photo blog posts

A photo blog, irregularly updated

Galleries of photos, organised by theme and by place

Photography gallery: 'Black and white photos of Spain'

Black and white photos of Spain

Photography gallery: 'Eurofighters in flight'

Eurofighters in flight

Photography gallery: 'Edinburgh skies'

Edinburgh skies

Photography gallery: 'Biplanes in flight'

Biplanes in flight

Recent Photography articles

What I've learned about photography

Photography article: 'Perspective: Doug Rickard and street photography in the Age of Google'

Perspective: Doug Rickard and street photography in the Age of Google

Photography article: 'Does Aperture 3 turn your photos green?'

Does Aperture 3 turn your photos green?

Photography article: 'How much respect do you have for your own photography?'

How much respect do you have for your own photography?

Photography article: 'beware the polariser/wide angle lens combination'

beware the polariser/wide angle lens combination