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Winter In Glencoe

3rd - 7th February, 2025 - with Mark Lawrence - Scotland - Fully Booked - Join The Waiting List

Glencoe and its surrounding area is without doubt one of the most awe inspiring photographic locations in all of Scotland. During the winter months this amazing landscape often takes on a staggering transformation with the arrival of snow and ice that make it a magical place indeed.

At this time of the year the sun is very low in the sky and it is often regard­ed as the best time to pho­to­graph the icon­ic Buchaille Etive Mor and the Three Sis­ters of Glen­coe. The entire area is often trans­formed into a win­ter wonderland.

Although we will be explor­ing the won­der­ful sur­round­ings of Glen­coe, this work­shop is not con­fined to one place and we will ven­ture into the high open land­scape of Ran­noch Moor, down Glen Etive with some of the best water­falls in the High­lands, and out to Glen Orchy and onto the banks of the mighty Riv­er Orchy that has cut deep gorges into the bedrock over thou­sands of years. 

Snowfall on Rannoch Moor by Michael Pilkington aspect2i

We will also pho­to­graph on the banks of Loch Lev­en that offers some of the best views to the open­ing of Glen Coe and the banks of Loch Linnhe with views towards the Ard­na­mur­chan Penin­su­la. A work­shop in Glen­coe would not be com­plete with­out vis­it­ing Loch Achtri­ochtan nes­tled beneath the tow­er­ing moun­tains of Stob Coire nan Bei­th and Stob Coire na Lochan.

Winter in Glencoe  - Michael Pilkington aspect2i

Because this is one of Scotland’s most pop­u­lar land­scape pho­tog­ra­phy loca­tions, Mark will also be work­ing with you to tease out your indi­vid­u­al­i­ty and how you can see’ Glen­coe and its sur­round­ing areas in a dif­fer­ent way. Whilst we will all enjoy shoot­ing the clas­sic loca­tions, we believe there is always anoth­er aspect to be dis­cov­ered so that you put your own stamp on it!

Buachaille Etive Mor aspect2i

You will have Mark Lawrence as your pho­tog­ra­phy work­shop leader. You will be spend­ing plen­ty of time out with your cam­era where you will get plen­ty of 1 to 1 tuition that will include both tech­ni­cal aspects of land­scape pho­tog­ra­phy as well as gain­ing a good eye’ for images along the way.

Black Rock Cottage by Andy Phillips aspect2i

We know that Scot­land is a long way to trav­el for many pho­tog­ra­phers who dear­ly would love to vis­it Glen­coe so we are pleased to say we can offer you trans­port there and back from Pre­ston Train Sta­tion. Pre­ston is a west coast main­line sta­tion just over two hours from Euston, Lon­don. The col­lec­tion would be at 8am on the morn­ing of the 15th of Jan­u­ary 2024 and from here you will be tak­en to our Glen­coe hotel. On the last day of the work­shop, you would be dropped off back at Pre­ston Sta­tion at approx­i­mate­ly 9pm. The cost of this trans­port will be £100 return.

5 Days

1 leader with a maximum of 6 participants


Isles of Glencoe Hotel

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The price includes extensive one to one coaching and tuition, bed and breakfast accommodation in a high quality hotel (no single occupancy supplement) during the workshop. Optional: Return transport provided to and from Glasgow at an extra costs of £75.

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.

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Winter In Glencoe