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Highlands In Winter Photographic Experience

31st January to 2nd February 2020

Buachaille Etive Mor

Buachaille Etive Mor standing between Glen Coe (right) and Glen Etive (left)

 
The Scottish Highlands are spectacular at any time of the year but in winter, they take on a whole new and "other worldly" appearance. For this photographic experience we will base ourselves in the haunting beauty of Glen Coe. Although this will be mainly a landscape photography workshop, there may be opportunities for some wildlife photography too, as the winter pushes wildlife to forage longer and lower down the mountains for food.
Pap of Glencoe

Pap of Glencoe in Winter

Black Mount

The Black Mount in Winter

 
The entire area around Glen Coe, Glen Etive and Rannoch Moor is breathtakingly wild. In winter it can look as if you are in the Antarctic, heading for the South Pole, yet you may only be a few metres from the roadside to create these images.
Black Rock Cottage

Black Rock Cottage in Winter

The cost for this workshop is £595 including two nights Bed, Full cooked Scottish Breakfast and Evening Meal* in a delightful Highland hotel. We limit this event to just four participants, so please book early to avoid disappointment

To book your place on this workshop please click the button below or call +44 (0)1224 276709.

*Alcohol not included
 

Recommended equipment for this workshop is:

    Camera

    Wide Angle Lens (most DSLR cameras come with a suitable kit lens to begin landscape photography)

    Warm Winter clothing (many layers are better than one thick layer)

    Sturdy walking boots

    Waterproof clothing

    Tripod

    Remote release

    Woolly hat

    Torch

Optional Items:

    Graduated Neutral Density Filters

    Polarising Filter

    Big Stopper

    Medium and Long Telephoto Lenses

    Pocket warmer

 
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