Skye Harris and Lewis 22nd – 27th October 2019 – 6 days – £1795.00 (deposit £200.00) – sorry sold out
Explore and photograph some of the Isle of Skye’s most iconic landscapes before crossing the Minch by ferry to the magical Outer Hebridean Isles of Harris and Lewis. Deposit £200.00
This workshop focuses on two of Scotland”s most breathtakingly beautiful areas. The wild empty beaches, coastlines, seascapes and standing stones of the Outer Hebridean Islands of Harris and Lewis and the dramatic Trotternish landforms of the Quiraing and the classic Fairy Pools below the Black Cuillin on the Isle of Skye. This is a photo adventure not to be missed.
The Outer Hebridean wide open, pristine beaches contour up pastel hues that compete with the aquamarine of the Atlantic Ocean. Then there’s the mysterious 5000 year old Calanais standing stones. These are just a sample of what you’ll photograph on this Hebridean photo adventure.
The Isle of Skye
Skye needs little introduction and our first location takes us to the magical inner Hebridean Isle with the big reputation for landscape photography.
Big on drama the Trotternish landforms of the Quiraing and the classic Cullin waterfalls and cascades of Glen Brittle will be the key focus of our attention.
After a comfortable night in Portree and sessions in Sligachan and around the Quiraing we’ll take the Calmac ferry over the Minch from Uig to the wild empty and pastel hued beaches and seascapes of Harris.
This is a place where time slows down, space opens up and you have a feeling of peace and being in the moment.
Isles of Lewis and Harris – 4 nights
On Tuesday we’ll take the early evening ferry (1.5hrs) from Uig to the Outer Hebridean Island of Harris where we will be based for 4 nights at the wonderful Harris Hotel.
From here we will explore and photograph some of the finest beaches and wide open spaces in the British Isles including Scarasta, Seilabost and Luskentyre.
Other great locations to explore and photograph include the hidden coves and ruins on the Golden Road, Huisinis Bay and Mangersta’s dramatic sea stacks ( below).
You’ll spend one of your days travelling up over the Harris mountains too Lewis, stopping to capture Clisham the highest peak on the two islands Lewis. From there one of the Hebridean Highlights the Neolithic Calanais standing stones (built around 4000 years BC) on the Isle of Lewis.
You’ll have two opportunitys to photograph them , as we’ll come back to experience a sunset behind the stones
6 day photo workshop with 5 nights’ accommodation with single occupancy room and full Scottish breakfast.
1 night at the Portree Hotel on the Isle of Skye and 4 nights at the Harris Hotel in Tarbert.
All ferry tickets
Pick up and drop off in Inverness
Expert photography tuition in the field.
Photoshop session and image critique
Full guided itinerary with support
Transport to pick up point
Lunch or evening meals
Beginner to advanced
Low to medium – some short walks over rough, uneven ground.
Start – pick up from your Inverness accommodation or arrival point at around 10:30am on 22nd October – depart Inverness for Skye
End – Inverness via Ullapool estimated arrival 19:00hrs 27th October
Photography sessions on route
Evening introduction dinner and briefing with Glen.
Typical workshop day
Sunrise shoot followed by breakfast
A short period for editing or relaxing prior to the days location sessions.
Midday and afternoon shoots on location until dusk
Dinner around 19:30 – Harris hotel / Portree Hotel / serving excellent meals featuring local ingredients.
Places are limited to 7 – book now. If you have any further questions please ask