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Wester Ross & Torridon Autumn Workshop – Creative & Expressive Photography Boot Camp

 Max 3 Participants/Last place  | 30th October to 4th November 2017

Price per Participant

Single Occupancy –  GBP£1450 | USD $1950
 Shared Occupancy for a couple share double room or available for female share twin room –  GBP£1250 | USD $1700

 

Included

Ground Transport + Photography Tuition + Accommodation + Food
Airport pick up / drop off : Inverness Train station or Inverness Airport

Excluded

Travel/Personal/Equipment/Medical Insurance & Beverage
 

Wester Ross and Torridon are the forgotten cousins to the hugely popular Isle of Skye, and honestly, that is both a crime and a true blessing. The former as so many photographer’s miss the hidden gems that the area has to offer, yet a blessing, as almost all the time we have the place to ourselves.

Beaches measured in miles rather than yards, turquoise coloured water, some of the oldest rocks in the world, glaciated mountains and majestic Glens. Galen Rowell spoke great words of wisdom when he told us to seek out the transitions in the landscape to make images full of glory and power – here, in this remote corner of the Scottish Highlands, the mountains meet the sea – serene, wild, ominous, beautiful.

With only THREE participants, this workshop not only promises to take you to some of Scotland’s most incredible landscapes, but to focus 100% on your personal journey of development.

Fitness Level

You should be comfortable walking with your camera bag and tripod over boggy and uneven rocky ground, sometimes uphill for 15 – 30 minutes.
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Booking Process:

Complete Booking Form – at the bottom of the page

Deposit GBP £350 | USD $600 to reserve your place

Arrange details and packing list for the Workshop

Balance due 60 days prior to Workshop

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  • Pick up at the Inverness Airport (click link for more detailed destinations from Inverness Airport )
  • Please book your arrival flight between 11am to 4pm; Our departure time can be as early as 6:30am on the last day of workshop – BA flight arrives Inverness airport @11:30 and departs @ 12:10pm.
  • Train Station ( A short 4 hours journey from Glasgow or Edinburgh or Overnight train from London  )
  • Accommodation: Self Catering Cottage, Single Occupancy with En-suit
  • Most of the meals will be prepared inside when possible, lunch can be simple if necessary.
  • We will focus out in the field session to the times surrounding sunrise and sunset, with a rest in the afternoons. Multiple computer sessions with be scheduled throughout the workshop.

During January 2016 I attended Alister and Juanli’s Isle of Skye / Torridon Workshop. Based on the location and the workshop’s description I expected to hone my composition and post-processing skills with images gathered from some beautifully unique landscapes. The workshop well-exceeded my expectations; it was great!

Alister and Juanli are superb hosts. Their goal is to see to it that clients get what they came for, but it really goes beyond that. They take the time to talk with their clients, to learn about them, what their aspirations are in the realm of photography and what they want to do to move closer to that realization. I knew what I came to the workshop for and I got it in spades but most importantly, I left with much more than that. With Alister and Juanli’s patient and insightful guidance and encouragement I have a new found sense how to make my photography a purposeful expression of my artistic vision. To put it another way: I not only got what I wanted, I got what I needed.

The small client group size allowed for the daily itineraries to the flexible based on everyone’s interests. When shooting conditions were favourable we were out-and-about from sun-up to sun-down. On the few days where “gale” pretty much sums it up we worked on post-processing with an aim to creating compelling images that reflect our personal intent when we pushed the shutter button. The rented accommodations were quiet and comfortable and the food, thanks to Chef Juanli, was excellent.

I highly recommend landscape photographers of any level to check-out Alister and Juanli’s workshops. You’ll have lots of fun, you’ll find fulfilment and you’ll be a better photographer for it.

_ Feedback from John Smeeton, Calgary, Canada

 

Scotland November Workshop Booking Form