Have you always wanted to capture the iconic Landscapes around Glencoe? But have never been sure where to go? or wanted to capture the stunning scenery you’ve seen In James Bond Skyfall film?
On this Glencoe photography workshop, we will visit some of Scotland’s finest and famous scenery. There’s a reason for a lot of car adverts and commercials being filmed around this area. It provides some of the most impressive backdrops in the UK.
On this workshop I will show you how I plan my locations. The camera skills I use to take better images. And processing skills I use in Lightroom.
I will show you how I use LEE Filters to dramatically help the proper exposure of images first time. Along with tips on how to create creative long exposures.
This is a relatively easy workshop, for people of all levels of photography. Most locations having easy access from the side of the road and require little walking over good hill trails. However, a couple of locations will require an amount of walking and accents of upwards to 450 metres.
With the time of the year being November, a good sturdy pair of waterproof boots are necessary along with good waterproof jackets and trousers. Hats and gloves are vital to keep the cold out and a pair of walking sticks is very handy.
Never has it been more important to insure your money is safe when booking. So in the event that a the workshop is cancelled I offer a 100% refund or the option to switch to another workshop.
This is a self-drive trip starting and finishing at our base at the Onich Hotel. (https://www.onichhotel.co.uk/) in Fort William. Depending on covid restrictions at the time there will be space in my own car to drive to locations should you wish.
The Onich Hotel offers great accommodation along with great breakfasts. There are also a number of
places to try out local cuisine as well.
Being based here also gives us great opportunities for dusk and dawn photography starting at a very civilised 6.30 a.m. departure. This will comfortably take us in and around the Glencoe and Rannoch Moor positions for sunrise, returning for breakfast around 10.00 a.m.
After breakfast, we will drive to another location in preparation for lunch before moving to our evening location to get setup in position and ready for the sunset, then returning around 5.30 p.m.
If time permits during the day and evening there may be opportunities to view some of the day’s images and do a bit of Lightroom training before heading out for dinner. During the course of the workshop there will be various tutorials and
group critique sessions.
The trip price is £1250 per person and is restricted to just 3 people. By limiting the trip to this size enables me to give you a more personal level of teaching. Payment can be made in full or via a non-refundable deposit option of 25% to secure your place. Full remaining balance must be payed 7 days before the first day of the workshop commences.
Below is a typical list of locations we shall visit. most locations have a number of available Shooting positions so we will visit some areas several times. With the inevitably of the changing weather we will also adapt our plans to optimize the best possible weather and light. Decisions regarding the next day’s locations will be made the evening before when the most accurate forecast is available us.
All Workshops will be held and run in line with the current UK government covid 19 guidelines at the time of your workshop taking place. The use of masks, hand sanitiser and guidelines must be followed as per the wishes of our suppliers. A minimum of 3 people is required to run this workshop, please do not book any flights or forms travel until you are informed that the workshop is going ahead.
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