Members’ websites

This is a page of links to the personal, photography-related websites of some of our members that might be of interest to members or anyone else interested in photography.
Edinburgh Photographic Society does not recommend or endorse any products or services that members may offer through their personal websites. 

Sally Anderson (
I am primarily a news/press photographer with many publications in national newspapers and magazines. A selection of these can be found in a gallery on my website. I am an eclectic photographer but I particularly enjoy landscape, wildlife travel and event photography. I have a Licentiate distinction with the Royal Photographic Society. I have a large portfolio of stock images on

Muriel Binnie (,
Muriel Binnie is an abstract landscape photographer using ICM and multiple exposures to capture the essence and mood of a scene. Some colourful iPhone abstracts of every day objects too.

Carol Casselden (

Michael Caithness (

Ian Davey (

Peter Farmer (
Wildlife and its habitat.

David Ferguson (https://www.david-ferguson.com

Travel has been a long standing passion and, in photography, I look for the opportunity to gain a deeper connection with the places I have the privilege to visit.  I enjoy exploring the world so come share my journey through the looking glass. was a creative project born out of not being able to travel during the covid lockdowns. Something different and hopefully something that I will get back to work on again one day.

David Greer (,

Jane Hobson (

Jane Hobson is a professional photographer, specialising in the performing arts, providing production, marketing and portrait photography to theatre, dance, opera and circus companies throughout the UK. She is a full NUJ member and is published in the likes of the Financial Times, Guardian, The Times and various magazines in the UK and overseas. For relaxation, Jane photographs wildlife and landscapes.

Joe Houghton (
Joe Houghton is a photography trainer who offers talks, judging, and online training in photography. He has written 3 books on photography with more in the pipeline.

Alan Jones (
A photographer specialising in wildlife, sport, landscapes, events and street photography – and travel when I can. My type of photography focuses on the world about us – in the moment. What excites me is capturing images which are impossible or very difficult to repeat -“a brief history in time”.

Maggie Manson (
Wildlife and Wild Places

David McCarthy (

Peter Paterson (
I have been doing photography for over 50 years Starting in the Darkroom now fully Digital during this time I have gained several distinctions a Fellowship of the RPS, an MPAGB and a MFIAP.

Chris Morson (

Frank Murrell (

Candia Peterson (

Nancy Pinkerton (

Ian Sommerville (

I became a photographer through my interests in hill-walking and the outdoors.  I’m not a  fan of the idea that images should speak for themselves and strongly believe that all images are improved with appropriate commentary.

Micah Stanbridge (

Micah is an adventure and conservation photographer based in Edinburgh. Throughout his life Micah has sought to explore and push the boundaries of creativity and his own sense of adventure. He is a passionate advocate of rewilding and the simple life and is often found venturing out into the remote reaches of the Scottish Highlands with his faithful dog, Nala.

Neil Scott (

Neil has been a member of EPS since 2006. He used to enter FIAP approved salons leading to his EFIAP/s.  He was also elected FRPS in 2012.  His main photographic interests are people, especially street photography, and still life/abstract/surreal stuff.  His ABC of photography is to Amuse, Bemuse and Confuse.

Donald Stirling (

Recently retired transport consultant with a keen interest in transport photography, particularly railways, buses, trucks and ferries.  Membership of the Society has broadened my horizons in terms of genres.  Whether my techniques have improved is open to debate!

Peter Stubbs (

I have been an EPS Member since I arrived in Edinburgh, aged 18 in 1963.  I created this web site in 2000, and updated it almost every day until 2020.  I’m now making only occasional updates to the site. The original scope of the site was ‘The History of Photography in Edinburgh’.  This included the history of EPS, its predecessor PSS (The Photographic Society of Scotland) and Edinburgh Professional Photographers and their studios.  The scope of the site has now extended to include Edinburgh Recollections, Edinburgh Transport, Edinburgh Maps, Edinburgh at Work and other topics.  

(Editor’s note. Peter’s site is a unique historical resource and, in a future release of the main site, we intend to develop the history section of the EPS website to provide more information and links to it.)