Welcome to my very latest range of landscape photography workshops. These landscape workshops have been created with the beginner and intermediate photographer in mind. I offer you the perfect opportunity to capture stunning images in a professional, friendly and enjoyable manner.
New Zealand is probably the number one destination in the world for landscape photography. It is a place you never want to leave and every time I visit New Zealand I always look forward with much excitement in returning to capture the unbelievably inspiring views. The south island in particular is a landscape photographers dream.
From the beautiful lakes of Wakatipu, Wanaka, Te Anau, Hawea, Pukaki and Tekapo to the dramatic coastal location of Moeraki. From the mighty snow capped peaks of Mt Cook that stands dominantly at over 12,000ft to the stunning vistas of The Remarkables in Queenstown which featured in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, there is something for everyone.
Find out more about upcoming New Zealand photograpy workshops.
Iceland, known as the land of fire and ice, was sculpted by a combination of volcanic activity, the weather and of course the ocean. What makes Iceland so amazing is the contrast between the crystal clear icebergs and the black volcanic sand.
Iceland has so much more to offer than just the northern lights and no visit would be complete without experiencing the world famous Jökulsárlón beach.
Southern Iceland is known for its iconic viewpoints, but it is the fleeting moments of amazing light that define this island. Imagine a a herd of wild reindeer wandering across an icy barren wilderness, or a small red and white wooden church set against the backdrop of a huge mountain, these are the kind of scenes you will capture.
Find out more about our upcoming Iceland photograpy workshops.
The Dolomites are one of the finest places in Europe for the landscape photographer to visit. Located in Northern Italy, the Dolomites, or the ‘Pale Mountains’ due to the carbonate rock dolomite, is a mountain range of unspeakable beauty, so much so, they were declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
The jewel in the crown has to be the Tre Cime di Laverado, a stunning eleven or so towers that make up the group but it is the main three huge monoliths and their north faces that attract interest from hikers, climbers and of course photographers. Come and visit the Dolomites with me during the changing of the autumn colours and experience one of the finest places for landscape photography in Europe.
Find out more about our upcoming Dolomites photograpy workshops.
Lofoten in Norway is widely considered to be one of the world’s top ten destinations for landscape photography. With the seven islands connected by small bridges, this archipelago provides so much variety for the landscape photographer with views so inspiring, that it will be difficult to know which direction to point your camera at.
From the rugged peaks of Lilandstinden and Olstinden that dominate the stunning coastal villages of Hamnoy and Reine to the iconic red rorbuer fisherman cabins by the water’s edge that line the coastline of western Loften.
Come and join me as we discover Lofoten during the peak of the season and the possibility of the northern lights putting on a show in the sky really is one of the best places to enjoy a few days of landscape photography.
Find out more about our upcoming Lofoten photograpy workshops.
Harris & Lewis
The Isle of Harris and Lewis in the Outer Hebrides offers some of the most remarkable scenery that you will find anywhere in the UK. The variety of scenery that lies in this island that measures just 80 miles from the south of Harris to the north of Lewis is staggering and just waiting to be captured by the landscape photographer.
From the towering cliffs and huge sea stacks of Mangersta and the Butt of Lewis to the gently sloping stunning beaches of Luskentyre, Sielibost, Horgabost and Hushinish. From the wonderful Black House Village to the salt marshes of Northton and finally from the abandoned cottages by the roadside to the world famous and iconic 5,000 year old standing stones of Callanish. The Isle of Harris and Lewis are like no other location in UK and cannot be compared to any where else. This is one workshop you do not want to miss.
Find out more about our upcoming Harris & Lewis Photography Workshops.
Isle of Skye
The Isle of Skye in Scotland is a perfect place to attend a landscape photography workshop as it offers some of the most dramatic, inspiring and breathtaking scenery to be found anywhere in the UK. Wherever you turn, it seems there is yet another viewpoint that has you reaching for your camera.
From the iconic and instantly recognisable 160ft tall iconic Old Man of Storr to the hugely impressive Jurassic landslips Quiraing, and Trotternish a little further north on the island. The wonderfully mysterious fishing harbour of Elgol and the Fairy Pool waterfalls and Glen Brittle river which are truly unique. Overall, the Isle of Skye has earned itself an enviable reputation for delivering spectacular scenery in dramatic weather. I love Skye and you will too. Come and join me for a fantastic and inspiring experience of a lifetime.
Find out more about our upcoming Isle of Skye Photography Workshops.
The Lake District is England’s largest National Park and home to England’s highest mountain and deepest lake, Scafell Pike and Windermere. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts over 18 million visitors each year. The Lake District offers the landscape photographer endless possibilities to capture some truly outstanding scenery. Each season offers a wide variety of images, but the autumn and spring offer the best light, colour and opportunities to capture something special on camera.
The arrival of autumn with the changing of the colour of the leaves and the fresh signs of life and the abundance of flowers in early spring, the Lake District really is a truly special place to visit. If you have a passion for photographing some of the best scenery available anywhere in the UK, come and join me for a workshop to remember.
Find out more about our upcoming Lake District Photography Workshops.
Assynt & Inverpolly
Assynt and Inverpolly are two areas quite unlike anywhere else in Scotland. Located on the western side of Scotland, the area has some of the finest mountains in the UK. The most famous mountain in the area, Stac Pollaidh, has wonderful shape to it which dramatically changes as you view it from different directions. Together with the mighty peaks of Suilven, Cùl Mòr, all three mountains offer themselves individually as they are located in their own space making them hugely photogenic within the Assynt and Inverpolly landscape.
Assynt and Inverpolly has some wonderful lochs too, such as Loch Lurgainn and Loch Druin Suardalain, it also has some of the finest beaches in the whole of Scotland. Achnahaird, Achmelvic and Clactoll all provide endless opportunities to photograph the jagged and dramatic rocks as well as enjoying the stretches of golden sand.
Find out more about our upcoming Assynt & Inverpolly Photography Workshops.
Glencoe, Rannoch Moor and the surrounding areas offer some of the most photogenic and stunning winter scenery to be found anyhere in the UK. There are many places of interest including Stob Dearg and Buachaille Etive Mòr and iconic waterfalls of the River Coupall and Cauldron Falls. There are several stunning lochs to photograp, such as Lochan na h-Achlaise, Ba, Achtriochtan, Linnhe, Leven and not forgetting Glencoe Lochan itself. There is also Loch Etive, which featured in James Bond’s Skyfall.
Castle Stalker is located in Appin, a wonderful little castle made famous in the Monty Python film, The Holy Grail. Surrounded by the tidal loch of Linnhe, Castle Stalker looks stunning when set against a fiery sunset sky. Glencoe is a landscape photographer’s paradise, come and join me, you will not be disappointed.
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My Northumberland landscape photography workshops are based at Bamburgh and have been created especially for beginners and intermediate photographers. The workshops have been designed to provide extensive opportunities to capture the stunning beauty that exists along the east coast of England.
There are plenty of locations to visit including the castles of Bamburgh, Dunstanburgh and Lindisfarne, Holy Island, and the little seaside fishing villages of Craster, Seahouses and Beadnell.
No previous experience is necessary as full professional landscape photography tuition will be given. Everyone is welcome on the workhop, from the absolute beginner to the more serious hobbyist.
Find out more about our upcoming Northumberland Photography Workshops.