Photography Adventures in Scotland & Beyond


Isle of Skye and the West Highlands Scotland August 2019



19th August to 24th August 2019 6 days  £1645.00 (deposit £200.00) –  places available book now

This classic Scottish Highlands photography photo adventure offers a wonderful variety of locations amidst the Highland heather in full bloom from Torridon to Skye.

Fairy glen Black isle Scotland

Highlights Include

From the shores of Loch Ness and Torridon’s Loch Maree to the Black Cuillin mountains of the Isle of Skye this is the Scottish Highlands in all it’s splendour. After  couple of days exploring some hidden gems around the capital Inverness and the Torridon mountains  in the north west, you’ll head west to the Isle of Skye. You’ll explore and photograph the best locations on the misty isle, including the epic drama of the Quiraing and Old man of Storr on the Totternish peninsula, stunning vistas from Elgol to the Cullin Hills and the wild beauty of Talisker bay. As well as these


Client testimonial

“The Lightstalker’s Skye and West Highlands Photo Adventure was the first multi-day photography workshop that I have participated in. Being the first, I was a bit nervous and unsure of what to expect but once we got started that feeling quickly dissipated. Glen had a wonderful itinerary prepared for us and was prepared with alternatives when the weather looked a bit tricky. He was always on hand to offer guidance or answer any questions we had. Glen made sure everyone in the group felt comfortable and confident in what we were doing despite varying levels of photography skills, physical abilities, or even simply confidence on more “rugged” terrain. I am so glad I choose my first photography workshop to be with Glen; I couldn’t have asked for a better week. I look forward to the next trip I take with Glen, because I don’t plan on this being my last!”  Meg Hoechsmann USA – Skye and West Highlands participant – August 2018  

Tour summary

Cromarty church yard Scotland

19th – 20th August Lovat Arms Hotel, Beauly by Inverness

Day one will see us go over some of the technical aspects of landscape photography on location at the Fairy Glen. Locations will include classic West Highland lochs and glens including Glen Torridon, Loch Maree (Scotland’s 4th biggest ) and ancient Scots pines, Glen Docherty, Cromarty village, Loch Ness, the Fairy Glen and waterfalls at Rosemarkie and Loch Clair.

20th – 24th  August The Old Inn, Carbost Isle of Skye

It’s over to Skye via the Skye bridge after capturing Eilean Donan castle before photographing some of the wildest and most dramatic scenery in Scotland. Including the red and black Cuillins hills, Neist Point, Elgol, the Quiraing and Old Man of Storr on the Trotternish peninsula and the beautiful black beach of Talisker bay at dusk. On our final day we’ll depart from Skye on the old turntable ferry to the small village of Glenelg before continuing to the iron age brochs and Bernera barracks. We’ll then make our way back to Inverness via Kintail and Glen Sheil in the afternoon arriving around 17:30pm.

Whats included

5 nights Single occupancy – 2 nights at the Lovat Arms Hotel Inverness & 3 nights at the Old Inn, Carbost on the Isle of Skye. All with full Scottish breakfast

Pick up and drop of in Inverness and transport to locations, and ferry from Skye

Photography tuition and guidance from award winning master photographer Glen Campbell

Refreshments and snacks

On hand at all times is practical help and advice from multi-award winning AIPP master photographer Glen C Campbell who’s been providing expert photo tuition for the last 13 years.

Not included

Flights, Inverness accommodation prior to or after the tour, lunches or evening meals, these will be at nearby pubs and restaurants close to our final dusk locations.

Fitness level Moderate. Some low level hill walking ( up to 1 mile) terrain features beaches, rocks, uneven terrain and some hilly boggy ground.

Pick up commences on Monday at 12:00PM in Inverness, we’ll then drop off luggage at the guest house before heading out to our locations.

Getting Here

Inverness is serviced by Easy jet and Flybe and has an airport with connections from most main UK airports including London and Birmingham and Amsterdam, Holland. Train and bus times from Edinburgh and Glasgow are around 3.5 hours.

Please contact Glen if you have any questions regarding your booking or this trip.

The price below is your deposit. You will be charged for the balance due before your tour.