Scotland Photography
Courses, Workshops & Tours

Capture Scotland's amazing landscape

View my range of Scotland photography Courses, workshops & tours.

Scotland is a popular place for photography courses, and for good reason. It is packed with amazing landscapes and dramatic scenery for the budding and experienced photographer. I run workshops and tours in several stunning locations around Scotland, each of which provides a unique feature to photograph from soaring jagged mountains to vast golden sandy beaches.

Glencoe & Rannoch Moor

Glencoe and Rannoch Moor offer some of the most photogenic landscapes in Scotland. Situated in the Scottish Highlands, the deep valley and mountains were carved out centuries ago by glaciers and volcanic explosions.

Among the best locations are Buachaille Etive Mòr and Stob Dearg, the dreamy waterfalls of the River Coupall and Cauldron Falls

The twelve mile road of Glen Etive is framed by gorgeous mountains. Could you imagine a more beautiful place to learn photography? This is one of my most popular Scotland photography courses.

River Coupall Waterfall, Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Scotland photography courses, tours and workshops
River Coupall Waterfall, Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Scotland
Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides
Luskentyre Beach, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides

Isles of Harris & Lewis

The Isles of Harris and Lewis are incomparable with anywhere else in Scotland. Their remarkable scenery and golden sandy beaches surrounded by the turquoise waters of the North Atlantic invoke a memory that will never fade.

Harris and Lewis are in actual fact one island divided into two. They form the main part of the Outer Hebrides.

The miles of empty golden beaches and the freedom they bring make Harris & Lewis the ideal place for a seascape photography workshop.

Isle of Skye

The Isle of Skye is an iconic location in Scotland for landscape and seascape photography. Its concentration of dramatic scenery is unrivaled across the whole of Scotland and the rest of the British Isles. Skye’s most distinctive feature is the 160ft-tall Old Man of Storr, a large pinnacle of rock jutting high in the sky and visible from miles around.

Other amazing features include the Jurassic landslips Quiraing, and Trotternish a little further north on the island.

If you are looking for the perfect combination of mountains and sea to learn photography, then look no further than Skye.

The Prison and the Needle, Quiraing, Skye. Scotland photography workshops
The Prison and the Needle, Quiraing, Isle of Skye
Stac Pollaidh & Cùl Mòr, Assynt, Scotland
Stac Pollaidh & Cùl Mòr, Assynt, Scotland

Assynt and Inverpolly

Assynt, Inverpolly, and the surrounding areas offer some of the most photogenic and stunning autumn scenery anywhere in Scotland. The west coast of Scotland is famous for its lochs, stunning white sandy beaches, and its iconic and gorgeous munros. 

The iconic and distinctively shaped Stac Pollaidh dominates the landscape, but its neighbouring peaks of Suilven and Cùl Mòr help to complete the golden trilogy of munros.

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