Glen Affric Landscape Photography Workshop
Glen Affric - The perfect location to discover the secrets of perspective in landscape scale photography - from mountains and glens to forests and water.
Iconic Glen Affric is situated south west of Cannich in the Scottish Highlands. Our usual meeting point is the Bog Cotton Cafe in Cannich which is about 30 miles from Inverness. Transport may be available from Inverness.
This is a Green graded workshop.
Bog Cotton Cafe Details
Please contact me to arrange a suitable date for this workshop.
This workshop normally runs from 09:00 to 17:00. Other times can be easily organised by agreement.
One to One Price
Small Group Price - 2 to 4 people
Half Day One to One Price
Half Day Small Group Price - 2 to 4 people
Please check out the "Workshop Essentials" information below.
Glen Affric provides superb photographic opportunities at all times of the year and is a magical place for landscape photographers.
Not only will we have wide open vistas but the River Affric is one of the central features of the day, providing us with opportunities to expand the photographic potential. Use the river as a backdrop, freeze the motion, slow it down to silky smoothness, capture the mood or display the power - there is plenty of scope here.
You will learn about landscape photography techniques; from the use of scenic viewpoints to capture the sense of location and place, to capturing more discrete settings to further refine your techniques. We'll use perspective and viewpoints to explore creative composition
This workshop is perfect both both for beginners and those looking for more advanced techniques. You'll learn about using composition, harnessing contrasting light conditions and how to set up your camera for best results. The location is perfect for tuition in composition, perspective and the use of light.
Throughout the day you will also benefit from tuition in the technical use of your camera. Shutter speeds, the use of filters and appropriate lens choice will contribute to your technical knowledge and understanding.
Bring along your tripod, filters and your choice of lenses.
Glen Affric Photography Workshop Essentials
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