Photographer John MacLean, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides
John MacLean Photography, based on the Isle of Lewis, was established in 1993 and offers comprehensive professional photographic services throughout the Western Isles/na h-Eileanan Siar – Lewis, Harris, Berneray, North & South Uist, Benbecula, Eriskay, Vatersay and Barra.
Services include PR, corporate, reportage & editorial photography, and a well-stocked commercial picture library. Some examples of my photography can be seen on the Work page: for more about me and my services, see my About page.
John MacLean Photography went digital-only in 2006 and is committed to producing work that accentuates the many positive aspects of living and working in the islands, taking an efficient, professional approach to help you tell your story or promote your business.
Whether the brief is for a larger project requiring days of work or a few photographs for a press release, JMP pays the same attention to detail every time, providing the client with what they want, when they want it.
Looking for a reliable professional photographer? Call 01851 820441 / 07468 297727 or send me a message via the webform on my Contact page.
This month’s page header photographs are natural scenes taken around the Hebrides.
J.B./ Connect Communications
"Your photos look fantastic and I think will work very well in the magazine...we were very happy and the client was too."
D.E./ Positive Image Photography
"Got all the pics. Brilliant Job. Many thanks for your help!"
A.M./ Historic Scotland
"Many thanks for the disc, which has arrived
safe and sound..the pictures are ideal."
Y.L./ The Graphics Company
"Thank you John, you've saved my day...
the client is very happy with the photos."
"Thanks for that most welcome selection
of images - this is outstanding work."
"Thanks for the stills! They look good...they
are beautifully sharp and clean looking..."
T.B./ Gravity Consulting
"I hope that we can use more of your photographs again in the future, there really are some striking images in your portfolio."