The Isle of Harris and Lewis are like no-where else in the UK and cannot be compared to any other location. It is genuinely one of the most remarkable places I have visited and those who also visited the island with me, say the same. 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 experience of standing on a remote golden beach while looking across the turquoise coloured waters of the Atlantic Ocean is one that will stay with you forever. Desolation, wilderness and a true sense of freedom are just some of the words that convey what Harris and Lewis are all about.
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 waiting to be captured on camera. 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.
During your time with us, we will work closely with you to ensure that you receive whatever assistance you need to have the experience of a lifetime. Advice regarding the technical elements of how to use your camera through to how to compose dynamic and exciting images. As an official Nisi filter Promoter, you will be given the opportunity to use my full range of Nisi filters including advice on how and when to use them.
If you are wanting to experience peace and quiet and connect with the landscape, this photography tour is for you. There is a maximum of six places ensuring that the group remains small, informal and enjoyable to be a part of. Our accommodation for the tour is the wonderful Harris Hotel, based in Tarbert, Harris. It is full board with no single occupancy supplement.