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Photographer in long-standing row over naked castle shoot fails in court bid

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A photographer who claims his reputation has been damaged in a row over a nude photoshoot at an Aberdeenshire castle has failed in a bid to take his case to the Supreme Court.
Howard Kennedy planned to sue the National Trust for Scotland for up to £50,000 after claiming statements made by the body in the wake of the controversy affected his business.
Mr Kennedy, a freelance photographer, snapped a female model at Aberdeenshire's Craigievar Castle in 2012.
In some pictures, Rachelle Summers posed in the nude, prompting an outcry from a member of the family that gifted the 17th century...
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