Your very own personalised Scotland Workshop
Let me help you discover and capture the amazing and beautiful scenery of Scotland through a unique and tailored trip.
Whether you want me to come along on an existing trip you have booked, or if you want me to personally plan it for you from start to finish, I’ll show you the best side of Scotland. We’ll cover everything from scouting for unique locations to photographing and editing. We will work together to make it the perfect trip for you.
Whatever you decide to do on your trip, I’ll do my best to make it memorable and amazing.
What can be included
Photography guidance and instruction
Post-processing and editing
Marketing and social media advice
Food + Drink
Camping and bothying
Example trip 1
2 days – 1 night
A hike out to a remote cabin in the highlands with the photographic focus upon lifestyle and story-telling.
Sleeping equipment, rucksacks and food supplies will be provided.
Day 1: We would start early, driving to the start of the trail and hiking into the remote highlands. Along the way we’d cover photographing whilst on an expedition, working on composition and capturing unique moments to develop a story line through images. After arriving at the cabin we’d lay out our sleeping mats, cook dinner and build a fire in the stove.
Day 2: We’d wake early to shoot sunrise, cook breakfast and pack up our gear for the walk out. After eating lunch in a nearby cafe, we’d review our images and work through the editing process.
Example trip 2
Scotland photography highlights tour
5 days – 4 nights
Photographing Scottish landscapes by day and editing by night.
Accommodation, food, vehicle and camera rental included.
Day 1: We’d head to Glen Coe for an introductory shoot, practicing a few techniques and capturing images so we can dive into editing the first evening.
Day 2: Leave the hotel early and head to Kilchurn Castle for sunrise, one of my favourite sunrise spots in Scotland. We’d spend the afternoon shooting the car in Glen Coe and scouting for deer and other wildlife in Glen Etive. In the evening we’d head north to Skye and check into our hotel for the next three nights
Day 3: Sunrise at the Storr is the perfect introduction to Skye and is one of the most incredible landscapes in Britain. We’d stop off at a few smaller locations on the way before heading to Neist Point Lighthouse for sunset.
Day 4: The Quiraing and The Needle make for another amazing sunrise shoot, before we visit the Fairy Glen and make our way to Talisker Bay for sunset.
Day 5: Beating the crowds by shooting sunrise at the Fairy Pools in Glenbrittle, capturing a photogenic house at Sligachan and visiting Eilean Donan Castle to complete the tour.