Welcome to Amy Robinson Photography

I have had an interest in photography over a number of years, originally using a Minolta SLR film camera back in the 80’s. Having had a break for a number of years I returned to photography and am now using a Canon EOS R and Canon Lenses. 

In March 2014 I was awarded the Licentiateship Distinction from the Royal Photographic Society following the successful submission of a panel of ten images.

In February 2016 and 2017, I received Commended Awards for the images below in the prestigious Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Competition and they feature in the associated books – Collections 2 & 3. In 2018, I had one of my images shortlisted which will feature in the e-book version of the Competition.




I am happy to quote for bespoke projects including for corporate clients.  In the past I have undertaken projects for GLive and The Swan at High Wycombe, and  INDO Lighting Ltd. I have currently supplied images for the Kennel Club to use in collaboration with NOAH and for a Scottish Greenbelt action group.

If you enjoy my images and wish to purchase any prints online, please click here and visit my shop page. New images will be added on a continuing basis.

My prices are displayed on the prices and individual product pages and I am happy to supply images on aluminium or traditionally mounted and framed. Payment can be made via Paypal, BACS or personal cheque.

Amy Robinson LRPS

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2019 was a chilly start, going to the North Somerset coast on a very cold and snowy January day.  Some great opportunities on deserted beaches culminated with an unexpected sunset at Weston Super Mare. In early March, I had a couple of weeks of travel  at very different ends of the spectrum, firstly to Uganda and then to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. If you have the opportunity to visit Uganda, then do, it is a wonderful country with a lot more to offer than just the Mountain Gorillas – despite it being an experience of a lifetime to trek and see them so close up in their natural habitat.

2018 started with a visit to the London Lumiere light exhibition with some wonderful installations. Later I was down on the Devon coast and in March, I was at the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Birmingham amidst all the snowy weather thrown at us by ‘The Beast from the East’! March was finished off by a very early morning visit to Stonehenge for the March Solstice where I had close up access to the Stones. April saw me out and about on a very rainy day in my home town of Guildford. In August and September, I was working in Berlin and Paris and during my free time spent time exploring the cities. The end of the year saw me out exploring London with some great opportunities for night photography.

Travels in 2017, saw me in Antigua in March and September in Bergen, Norway.  Both new parts of the world for me so were exciting trips. Spring and early Summer were fully occupied bringing up a litter of Golden Retriever puppies so had a few weeks watching and recording them growing up. October was back having fun at the 6 Day Cycling Event at the Lee Valley Velodrome. Finally, December was a short break to Salzburg for a pre Christmas trip.

In late summer and early autumn I visited the ‘Hive’ installation at Kew Gardens during the day and after dark, both spectacular in their own way and well worth seeing.

July gave me the opportunity to be in Amsterdam combining a placement working with the Media at the European Athletics Championships and the ability in time off to explore and photograph a new city.

May proved to be a busy month for photography, I had a eye opening visit to Northern Ethiopia which has the most wonderful scenery and people. A couple of weeks later I returned to Scotland and visited the beautiful island of Barra, landing on the beach and coming home via the other Outer Hebridean Islands.

Early in February I spent all night out in London taking images from lesser known parts where you could have been stepping back in time.

In December 2015 my image ‘Going Home’ – a multiple exposure taken on the South Bank in London was awarded the Gold Medal from Light and Land.


Please visit my portfolio pages which are updated on a regular basis.

LRPS Portfolio Panel

A group of ten of my images that work well together, complementing each other and showcasing a variety of different photographic techniques.

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