Welcome To The Photography of Ian Evans

Ian Evans is an accomplished and respected Scottish-based mountaineer, photographer, writer and speaker on the mountains of Britain and The Himalaya.
His images and the accompanying narrative showcased on this website represent not only a stunning and perceptive interpretation of some of the world's most magnificent mountain landscapes,
but they are also a personal record of one man's search for adventure that reaches out to the very roof of the world.

The Photographer

Profile of Ian Evans

Born and educated in Liverpool, Ian Evans now operates from his base in Invermoriston in the Scottish Highlands.

An active mountaineer and photographer for over 40 years, he is a sensitive observer of landscape and light.

His images are to be found in several high profile mountaineering books, including 'On Top of The World' and 'The Magic of the Munros'.

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Behind The Lens

Behind The Lens

A good camera will help you take a great image, but it's the skill of the photographer and knowledge of the subject that's most important.

Ian explains how he took some of his recent images, including his choice of viewpoints and the challenges he encountered in the field on the day of the shoot.

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Expeditions

Expeditions

Read all about some of Ian's expeditions to the Himalaya, many of which were ground breaking at the time.

Faithfully reproduced from material published in the outdoor press and beautifully illustrated, you can follow in Ian's footsteps to Everest, K2, Kangchenjunga and many of the world's highest peaks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question about using an image on a website or for commercial purposes? Perhaps you just want to link to this website?

The answers to most questions can be found here; if not drop us a line or give us a call and Ian will get back to you.

Library Updates

Library Updates

Our new library pages will be extended over the coming months to include material previously not available in print.

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