PHOTO WORKSHOPS ONE TO ONE TUITION AND CUSTOMISED GUIDING IN SCOTLAND

MASTER YOUR CAMERA WITH A MINI  PHOTO WORKSHOP

Improve your photography skills with a ONE TO ONE practical private session at a great Highland location with Highland photographer and guide Glen Campbell.

A wonderful introduction to outdoor digital photography. These photo workshop sessions are suitable for both beginners and those who are a little rusty and needing a refresher. Topics covered include – getting the equipment, mastering shooting in manual, understanding exposure and histograms, depth of field and focal length and the need to know about your digital camera. Duration – 6 hours

Tuition / session fees:  £295.00 per person. A deposit of £95.00 per booking is required.

Your also encouraged to bring selection of your previous images / your portfolio for workshop review and assessment a valueable learning experience in itself. These sessions are guaranteed to get you shooting in manual and changing the way you take photos.

CUSTOM ONE TO ONE AND GROUP PHOTOGRAPHY TOURS

I understand some people like to do their own thing and that’s great. So either on your own, with a group of friends or associates I can tailor a guided photography trip with tuition to suit your preferences. When, where and how long is entirely up to you.

With nearly 10 years experience guiding photographers here in Scotland you’ll be in good hands.

Custom itinerary rates start at £325.00* per person, per day from Inverness.

These custom tours offer a more tailored set of options and usually involve a dusk or dawn session depending on the time of year. They offer more location options plus more time for tuition and developing your skills. Drop me a line and I’d be happy to discuss your options.

Inverness based locations include Loch Ness, the Black Isle, Torridon, Inverpolly, The Cairngorm National Park and the Moray Coast. 

You’ll be picked up and dropped off at your hotel or accommodation each day.

Location based options* include St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife, Edinburgh, Glencoe and Rannoch Moor, the Isle of Skye, the Isle of Mull, Sutherland and Caithness plus many more.

 

Extra Info

*These may also be available at certain times of the year but will have additional fees for accommodation and additional expenses.

One, two or three days may be available so you can add additional locations and tailor your tour. Contact me directly for group rates for longer periods.

Please bring a selection of previous images on USB stick or laptop for review and assessment if you can.

As well as Scotland, I can also offer custom group trips to Iceland, Norway’s Lofoten Islands, Slovenia and the Julian Alps, Venice and Tuscany. These are subject to availability and require a minimum of 4 participants. Please contact me directly for more info and details of fees.

All of the above are ran on demand and subject to availability. Includes tuition, transport to locations, and some refreshments, *does not include accommodation or meals).

Gift vouchers available.

 

Master Your Camera
Session fee: £295 p/p - day session
Custom guiding in Scotland
Session fee: £325. per day*

Includes

  • Basic and advanced practical tuition
  • On location in the Highlands
  • Starts / ends Inverness
  • Pick up and drop off from Inverness
  • Transport around locations
  • Refreshments
  • Tuition notes and guiding to the best photo locations

Not Included

  • Transport to Inverness
  • Inter island ferries if required
  • Meals or accommodation*
  • Travel Insurance

Lightstalker Highlights

  • Increase your camera skills
  • Master your camera
  • Long exposures
  • Mastering ND Grad Filters
  • Retrospective critiques
  • Day locations can include - The Black Isle, Torridon or Cairngorm National Park, Loch Ness
  • Custom Guiding locations - anywhere in the Highlands
  • Highland guide with 13 years tuition experience
“The great thing about a Glen Campbell session is the generosity in which he shares his thought processes. He discusses his enjoyment of shapes and light , the character of the landscape and how he captures that in the camera in a way that helps you see everything as if for the first time.”
Lorrelie Bow – feature writer/contributor – Better Photography magazine