Photography blog of Neill Watson, aerial, architectural, automotive photographer
Car photography of Aston Martin DBS and James Bond Hiller helicopter
Homes and interiors holiday home property photographer
Ex- Gilles Velleneuve Ferrrari F1 car under a dust cover after a day's racing
Tracking shot of Ferrari 288GTO by car photographer Neill Watson
Location architectural photography of Swedish hotel by Neill Watson architectural photographer
Aerial photography of the Transporter Bridge by photographer Neill Watson
Hull City stadium from the air by photographer Neill Watson
Golf course property development photography by Neill Watson
Scandinavian hotel and hot tub photography by Neill Watson
HEMS air ambulance on board pilot POV photography by Neill Watson
Lola F5000 racing car by car photographer Neill Watson

Neill Watson creates high quality writing and photography on automotive subjects, plus architecture, interiors and buildings, aerial photography, aviation and mans passion for automobiles. His automotive feature stories cover driving some of the worlds most exciting cars and have been published across Europe and North America. He is the founder and editor of Car Photographer.net and Historic Racer blogs. Private clients value his driver coaching skills for bespoke tuition on track driving and techniques. He writes regularly here on all of the above, plus the tools of his trade and the fascinating people he is fortunate to meet.


Shane Lynch interview in his Nissan Skyline drift car

Shane Lynch – Rock Star Racing Driver

“A couple of years ago, I was asked to create a Shane Lynch interview for one of the Japanese performance magazines. At the time, his big passion was drifting a Nissan Skyline in the British championship. He was also very much in demand for TV work, Boyzone appearances and other professional commitments, so our initial […]

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aerial photo of your house

Aerial Photo of Your House?

Can I take an aerial photo of your house? A very frequently asked question indeed. Although the majority of my work is for commercial clients and stock images, it’s very easy to get an aerial photo of your house. The photographs can be supplied as a large format print of any size ready for framing […]

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Like No Aerial Camera I’ve Ever Seen…

Creating aerial photographs that our clients would like to use is a large aspect of our business. And because we don’t always know what the images will finally be used for, we shoot with the highest resolution HDSLR cameras by Canon. But sometimes, we stumble across an aerial filming helicopter with a camera system so […]

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Vanishing Point

A rather insightful article on FLTR magazine highlighted the impact of images with converging lines in photography. The article by Richard Gray was principally covering what makes people ‘like’ Instagram images and one of the things that stood out was that images depicting converging lines were amongst the most popular. As a trainee draughtsman I […]

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Aerial Sunrise

I love flying, but hate airports, which probably sounds very odd for someone engaged in aerial photography. But having to be there at 4.30 am for a 6.30 am flight is never common sense in my view, but that’s the world we live in today. Most times, I manage to make it to the airport, […]

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