Glen Coe 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 makes 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 Glen Coe.
Although we will be exploring the wonderful surroundings of Glen Coe, this workshop is not confined to one place and we will venture to 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. We will also photographs 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 Glen Coe would not be complete without visiting Loch Achtriochtan nestled beneath the towering mountains of Stob Coire nan Beith and Stob Coire na Lochan.
You will have Paul Gallagher and Michael Pilkington as your leaders. 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 digital landscape photography as well as gaining a good 'eye' for images along the way.
Residential 5 day workshop
DateMon 18th - Fri 22nd Jan 2021
HotelThe Isles of Glencoe Hotel
and Michael Pilkington
1 place left
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.
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.