Bob Riach

I purchased my first camera in 2013. I immediately became absorbed in creating images. The enjoyment and reward I gain from this are immeasurable. I turned professional in 2015. My Images portray a personal vision, covering numerous subjects such as landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, wildlife and much more both in colour and monochrome. I love night-time photography and am always amazed at what the camera can capture in low light conditions. I travel worldwide taking photographs. I have always imagined a photograph to be like a jigsaw puzzle, you have to find the various pieces that fit together to create something visually pleasing. I started with a camera in 2013 with a second-hand Pentax K10 then upgraded to a K5 In 2014. I changed to a Sony A6000 and a Sony Nex 7 in 2014. In February 2015 added a Sony A7ii and in 2016 a Sony A77ii in 2018 added a Sony A9 2019 added Sony A9ii and in 2020 added a Sony A7Riv. Now I shoot with a Sony A1 & Sony A9ii and have an extensive rage of Sony Lens my favourite being the Sony 400GM. Lately I have been concentrating on Wildlife photography. I like night photography and long exposure photography. My images are frequently used by the National Media to include BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Sky News, The Times, Hull Daily Mail and several other regional newspapers and publications. The Amateur Photographer, Coach Magazine, BBC Wildlife, Wild Planet, The Peoples Daily China which is the largest Chinese Newspaper Group. Also, Motorcycle News have incorporated our images within their publications. I have worked with Agencies providing our services to B&Q, Wilkinson’s Stores, The Food Warehouse, Iceland Stores, Barclays, Asda, Wincanton, and many more. I work with several Press Agencies to provide photography and video to the National Media.