Photography Adventures in Scotland & Beyond


Wild Light Photography Workshop – Inverpolly and Assynt March 2020




Photography Workshop – Wild Light  Inverpolly and Assynt , Scottish Highlands

20th to 23rd March 2020 4 days £1145.00 (deposit £150.00.00) 1 place left  – book now


Cul Mor from Stac Pollaidh photography workshops

Wild Light Workshops – “A walk on the wild side.”

This Wild Light Photography Workshop is  the first in a new series of Lightstalkers trips that take you into the wild heart of the Highlands and Islands in winter and spring.

You’ll be one of only 4 participants, breaking away from many of the well trodden tourist locations to seek out  wild, remote and unique Highland landscapes, far away from the selfie sticks and tour buses.

The Location

On this trip we begin  in Inverness for pick up, before travelling up to the Inverpolly and Assynt mountains, surrounding  coastal areas and quiet but option rich photography locations.  The mountains of Stac Pollaidh, Suilven, Quinag and the lochs, villages and landscapes that surround them will supply plenty of subject matter and inspiration for our image composition. We will cover an area from Coigach up to the Kylesku bridge seeking out the best options and working with weather and conditions to give us the best chance of  productive sessions.

Not your usual photography workshop

By taking a walk on the wild side you’ll be staying in remote retreats such as Highland cottages and small guest houses that we have exclusive use* of for all our workshop needs.

This means you’ll have better access to photograph the wildest and most isolated Highland locations. Plus as mentioned there are  only 4 places available for each trip, making them a more  intimate learning experience.

Less is more

Less participants crowding out locations guarantees you’ll gain a better insight into overcoming the challenges of photographing   wild places like the Highlands. With expert help and guidance from your guide and award winning photographer Glen Campbell M.Photog leading the way.

In the Wild Highlands there will be more time to enjoy the space, peace and sanctuary that one of Europe’s last wilderness areas can still offer.

The Learning

With 16 years in the field of photography tuition you’ll be immersed into the process of camera control, shot selection, composition, light quality, use of filters,  long exposures and final execution of image capture. An introduction to aerial photography can be part of the program too if you wish to learn or are interested.    We will review all our days images with the use of a high resolution projector.

The Accommodation

Self-catering rural Highland cottages, retreats  or small guest houses  close by to our locations will ensure we make the most of our time and create a sociable and fun environment. As with most of my trips  everyone gets their own room.  For meals we self-cater for evening meals or on occasion venture to local pubs  that dot the region when available. You can guarantee all will be well fed and watered with a dram or two. Having this flexibility means we can work to our own schedule and make the most of the conditions.

“Thanks Glen, I had an incredible time. I’d highly recommend one of his tours or workshops to anyone interested in photography.” Wild Highland tour 2013 – Travis Owney Virginia USA


Stac Polly photography workshop

Why book with Lightstalkers Scotland ?

  • 16 years photo educating photographers from around the globe and 11 years guiding photographers here in my native Scotland.
  • local Scottish guide with local knowledge.
  • client focused and small groups.
  • friendly helpful support and advice,
  • the best and varied set of locations.


Smoking Bothy Elphin photography workshop

What’s included – 4 full days of photography at fantastic and varied Highland locations with 3 nights single occupancy accommodation with breakfasts –

Why book with Lightstalkers ? – 10 years experience guiding in Scotland

Suitable for – beginners, intermediate and advanced participants.

Fitness level ** moderate – walking over rocks and slippy boggy ground and some short walks over low hills. If the group is more adventurous we may also be able to summit some lower lying hills.

Group Size – minimum 2 participants – max 4

“The whole experience with stunning locations, good accommodation and good company is one I fully intend repeating in the very near future.” Janet Turnbull – Scotland

“Glen is an outstanding photographer but also a true Scottish Gentleman – flexible in his approach to teaching photography and sensitive to the needs of the group both for great locations places to eat and our desire to learn about Scottish culture – would recommend” October Highlander tour participant, Cornwall – UK 2011.

Additional Info

Starts 10:00am Friday in Inverness

Ends 5:30pm Monday in  Inverness

Does not include evening meals or lunches. Once participants have booking has been received  you’ll be asked about any food allergies.  We’ll then pick up suitable supplies before setting off from Inverness.

Clothing: Good quality walking boots and wet weather gear are also essential. If you’re unsure or have any questions please contact me for more specific info.

Getting Here

Under your own steam or Inverness is serviced by Easyjet and Flybe and has an airport with connections from most main UK airports including London and Birmingham. Flight times are around 55 minutes. Inverness flights are available through Amsterdam Schipol and Aberdeen from Frankfurt. Any questions or you need help getting here, just get in touch. Overnight trains are available from London Stations as are buses.

Contact Glen for more info.