Wester Ross is one of the most diverse landscapes in the whole of the Scottish Western Highlands. The area is known for its spectacular mountain scenery, its deep lochs nestled in steep sided glens along with some of the most beautiful beaches and coastline Scotland has to offer.
The areas we visit during this workshop are sure to be of huge inspiration to any landscape photographers and you will be in the safe hands of Andy Phillips who has been photographing this area for many years. We will explore the coast surrounding Loch Ewe and Gruinard Bay and visit locations such as Cove, Firemore Sands and Gruinard Beach along with venturing onto the white sands of Mellon Udrigle and the contrasting boulder field that reaches out to sea at Udrigle Bay. Inland we will visit the shores of Loch Maree with the mighty Slioch towering above, the Dundonnell River and the Corrieshalloch Gorge that falls over 100ft into a chasm and of course the Torridon Mountains with the spires of Liathach, Beinn Eighe and Beinn Alligin.
Wester Ross is not only diverse and stunning but boasts some of the most remote and wild landscapes in Scotland making it an unbelievable workshop location and one that we visit every year which never disappoints.
You will be spending plenty of time out with your camera where you will get plenty of 1 to 1 tuition with Andy Phillips that will include both technical aspects of landscape photography as well as the art of good compositions. During our stay in Wester Ross we will dedicate specific time to teaching post-processing skills to enable you to return home with exhibition quality images that are finished and ready to print.
DateMon 14th - Sat 19th Oct 2019
DateWed 14th - Mon 19th Oct 2020
The price includes extensive one to one coaching and tuition, bed and breakfast accommodation (no single occupancy supplement) during the workshop.
Camera and travel insurance as well as travel to and from the venue are also not included. Meals not mentioned. Alcoholic drinks and other personal expenditure is not covered either.