ONE TO ONE PHOTO WORKSHOPS IN SCOTLAND
A half-day or single days practical tuition or multiple days guidance in the field with expert tuition and support. One to one photo workshops in Scotland offer the most basic introductions into photography or if you’re more advanced, sessions that explore more contemporary techniques and challenging locations. Each session includes a retrospective critique and review of your own recent work. All one to one workshops are tailored to your individual requirements and a brief chat at the start will give Glen an insight into where your at.
So whether you wish to learn the basics, improve your skills, or just take a tour to simply capture the wild natural beauty of Scotland, you’ll always receive a warm welcome and have an excellent and memorable experience. – Contact me now here.
One to one options at a glance:
Master Your Camera £165 – half day
Creative Landscape & Travel Photography Tuition from £295 – single day
Custom tour or Solo sessions from £595 – minimum 2 days (plus accommodation)
Master your Camera (MYC)
Half day one to one photo workshops are a great introduction for getting started or those trying to refresh their skills. We cover the basics of digital camera controls, shooting in manual mode, composition and focus having all your questions answered while capturing some great images.
Half Day fee: £165.00 per person (approx 4.5hrs duration, additional participants £35.00 p/p – max 4)
- Basic equipment use and advice ( tripods, lenses, filters etc) what you need and what you don’t
- Shooting in manual and mastering exposure
- Optimising camera functions,
- Using histograms
- Simplifying composition
The Kingdom of Fife – St Andrews and Fife’s East Neuk coastline (pick up from St Andrews or Kirkcaldy station)
Edinburgh – Capital city sessions – meet in Edinburgh
Creative Landscape and Travel photography day sessions
These sessions are more focused on the “creative side” of your photography.
Single day £295.00* / (approx 8hrs duration*)
Additional participants £95.00 (max 3 participants)
Some topics covered include:
- Equipment advice – having the right gear for the job
- Simplifying creative composition
- Focal length and aperture
- Long exposure and bracketing
- Neutral density and graduated filters – the do’s and don’ts
- Light quality – Light is King – when its good and when its not..
- Q&A sessions all your question’s answered.. write them down and bring them ..
- Image workflow in Photoshop or Lightroom – some time to edit two of the days images..*
You’re also encouraged to bring selection of your previous images in digital format for review and assessment, a valueable learning experience in itself. *Time permitting.
Day Session Locations
I’ve created several itineraries that offer some visual variety. From classic Scottish mountain scenery, natural landscapes, evocative woodlands, seascapes, historic villages, monuments, sculpture to modern city life in the ancient setting of Edinburgh’s old town.
The Kingdom’s Coast – Fife
St Andrews & the fishing villages and seascapes of the East Neuk of Fife. – Pick up in St Andrews or Kirkcaldy train station, a short train ride from Edinburgh’s centre.
Central Highlands – The Heart of Scotland
Perthshire and Stirlingshire are wonderful at anytime of year and you’ll venture into a land of woodlands, waterfalls, rivers and burn. From the Hermitage and Birks of Aberfeldy to remote Glen Lyon with hidden gorges and dramatic peaks. Meander through the Mountains and Glens in the majestic central Highlands to create simple, evocative scenes – Pick up in Perth
Myths and Monuments – Fife, Stirlingshire and West Lothian
Delve into Scotland’s history in the port village of Culross (Outlander and Kidnapped), Stirling Castle, the Mythical Kelpies, Linlithgow Palace and the Forth Bridges – Pick up in Dunfermline or North Queensferry stations
Prepare for some wandering as we take to the streets, lanes and viewpoints of “Auld Reekie” and explore a range of natural and historic locations in Scotland’s wonderful capital city – Meet in Edinburgh
The Wild West Scottish Highlands* (2 day minimum)
A land of jaw dropping romantic and often raw landscapes, mountains, lochs and glens. Options include the Cairngorm National Park with old Scot’s pine forests and hidden lochs to the majestic peaks and lochs of Torridon, or northwards to remote and wild Inverpolly and Assynt and remote Sutherland. Once visited, The Scottish Highlands will never leave you. Starts and ends Inverness – contact me directly*
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park**
Featuring Forests, mountains, villages, misty Lochs and Glens. This is a location, popularised and romanticised by Sir Walter Scott and William Wordsworth and roamed by Rob Roy this is a beautiful and accessible part of Scotland that’s close to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. – Pick up North Queensferry station / Stirling / Dunfermline
*West Highland locations have a £30 supplement per day and a 2 day minimum. Accommodation is not included. Usual pick up is in Inverness each day where you’ll be picked up and dropped off
Day sessions around 8-9 hours in total.
All one to one sessions are ran on demand and subject to availability. They include tuition, guiding, transport to locations, and tea and coffee.
Custom Photo Tours & Solo Sessions
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 Custom Photo Tour in Scotland with tuition to suit your preferences.
Not sure where you want go ? Guided and fully escorted Solo sessions are also available with set itineraries to the Isle of Skye, Glencoe and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are available for up to 3 days click here to view options.
Custom Tour and Solo Sessions
From £595.00 2 days – single participant
From £895.00 3 days – single participant
Includes most mainland locations and Skye.
Inner and Outer Hebridean islands will have additional costs.
With over 12 years of experience guiding photographers here in Scotland you’ll be in good hands.
Additional participants £75.00 each for 2 day itineraries and £95.00 for 3 day itineraries – (max 3 participants).
Develop your skills and create some memorable imagery. You’ll have all your questions answered and be given tips and ideas to increase your skill set. 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 North West 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* – Glencoe and Rannoch Moor, the Isle of Skye, Inverpolly and Assynt – North west Sutherland The ~ Isle of Mull. This option may include an overnight stay at a hotel or guest house convenient to our location which means we have more time for photography.
Custom and Solo Sessions are subject to availability and some locations are better suited to certain times of the year. Additional fees for overnight accommodation depending upon your requirements will apply.
Please bring a selection of previous images on USB stick or laptop for review and assessment if you can.
Custom and Solo Sessions do not include accommodation, transport to pick point or meals.
Gift vouchers available.
During one to one photo workshops you’ll have the option to travel in safety and comfort or tag along in your own vehicle with plenty stops along the way. We’ll be following best hygiene and social distancing practices measures where appropriate.
Master Your Camera
£165.00 p/p - half day session
Creative Landscapes: £295.00 p/p - full day session
Custom trips / solo sessions in Scotland from £595.00 - 2 days
Deposit amount £95.00 p/p
- Basic and advanced practical tuition
- Location itinerary
- Pick up and drop off
- Transport around locations
- Tuition notes and guiding to the best photo locations
- Transport to pick up point
- Inter island ferries if required
- Meals or accommodation*
- Travel Insurance
- Increase your camera skills
- Master your camera
- Manual settings
- Composition techniques
- Long exposures
- Mastering ND Grad Filters
- Retrospective critiques
- Equipment advice
- Hand picked locations
- Scottish guide with 16 years tuition experience
Lorrelie Bow – feature writer/contributor – Better Photography magazine