Scotland is a magical and extremely photogenic location, So why not join me around the spectacular scenery of the Scottish highlands. With this full packed adventure from early morning through to sunset we will be visiting and capturing the gorgeous locations through our lenses.
With the vast changing dramatic light that Scotland has to offer we could be witnessing dramatic clouds to atmospheric mist and fantastic sunsets all in the same day, Along with the aim to capture the night sky on clear evenings.
This will be a hands on in the field learning workshop, from the moment we start, and as I'm sure we are all aware of the potential Scottish weather please come prepared... particularly with wet and cold weather gear.
£650pp Per person
April 27th 2020 - Only 1 Spaces left -
September 21st 2020 - 3 spaces left-
3-5 ( I like to keep my workshops small so each person on them get as much time with me as they need)
Beginner to intermediate
A good level of fitness. we will try and get as close to most our view points as possible but we will have to take a walk to some of the remote locations and some can be up hill.
- 4-nights accommodation
- Photography and location guidance
- All transport during the week
- Transport to and from the arranged venue
- Personal accident, equipment, and travel insurance
- Food and drinks
WE AIM TO COVER:
*Sunsets and Sunrises
*blurry water scapes
*Possible Wildlife but not as a main subject.
*Moody and atmospheric images
*Blue hour photography (night lights)
*Photographing stars in the clear evenings
PROPOSED SHOOTING LOCATIONS
* Fort William
*Isle of Skye
*Isle of Mull
*Eilean Donan Castle
*posable wildlife from deer to eagles (if we see some)
WHERE ARE WE STAYING?
We will be staying in a lovely cottage in Fort William where you will have your own bedroom and be able to access all other facilities like bathrooms living room and kitchen whilst we are at the accommodation. We aim to be out from early morning to evening time as some of the location involves a 2.5 hour drive, so the cottage is mainly used as a base to rest our heads.
WHAT DO YOU NEED?
- Camera, lenses Wide Angle and telezoom, SD card, batteries and tripod
- Outdoor clothes suitable for all weather (waterproofs and sturdy footwear)
- Personal accident, injury, and travel insurance.
- Laptop (not essential but beneficial for any post-processing)
HOW DO YOU BOOK?
Please click on the button below and fill in the booking forms and Tim Wells will get back to you with the full terms and conditions and booking info.
A deposit of £100 will be required to confirm your place with the full amount payable 30 days prior to workshop start date
This workshop will run under any safe weather conditions and Tim cannot guarantee the weather