Fast-changing weather and light makes for magical scenes in Autumn, Winter and Spring, our favourite times of year for landscape photography in Scotland
We visit multiple locations across the Highlands and West of Scotland to create striking and memorable landscape photographs in Colour, Black and White, or both.
Our aim is to give you the technical knowledge of your camera settings to capture the type of landscape photographs you want to create; there will be constant help with technique and filters for those that want it.
We have very small groups and relaxed pace to ensure that guests enjoy the experience and scenery along the way, as well as understanding your camera and getting great pictures.
1-3 October 2021. Weekend. 2 days, 2 nights £645
19-21 November 2021. Weekend, 2 days, 2 nights £645
23- 26 November 2021. Mid-week. 2 days, 3 nights £695
Why book with us?
Nick is an expert photographer and teacher - with 30 years experience as an advertising and editorial photographer, he has proven ability and the knowledge to help even advanced photographers improve their technique, camera settings and presentation of their photographs.
From camera setup to effective tripod use through to image processing in software like Lightroom, colour management and printing - everyone will take plenty of knowledge away from these trips, together with a set of beautiful landscape pictures.
For partners and non-photographers there is so much to see and do in this outstanding region and we always have a spare scope and binoculars.
There will be no challenging terrain to negotiate on this trip.
This trip is ideal for experienced photographers, for improvers and for beginners too. The only requirement is a DSLR or Mirrorless camera with some exposure control and ideally a filter thread on the front of the lens. A tripod will be very useful or let us know as we have spares..
If you have questions, please call or message us, our suggestions can probably save you money on purchases too!
Pack horse Bridge by Wild Photographer guest, Gill G. March 2020.
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