Designed to be your very own personal Photography Retreat as you spend a couple of days immersing yourself in photography and quiet time by Loch Ness.
Duration: 2 nights accommodation / 1 day tuition
Accommodation: The Hideaway; a bespoke customised tinyhouse situated in Margaret’s garden, overlooking the hills surrounding Loch Ness.
Included: Lunch , accommodation & 1 day tuition ( 6 hours )
Fitness level: To suit
FIND YOUR OWN PATH
Margaret will be your host for the day, taking you into nature helping you find your own vision and style and learn to slowdown and truly respond to the landscape in a gentle calm and slow manner every photography level is catered for from those who have a very basic knowledge to those who want to develop their photography style. This is ideal for those who want to tell a story of the landscape while getting the best from the equipment they already own.
Time with Margaret is incredibly calm; a chance to step into a world you never knew existed of lochs, glens and rolling hills.
Partners are welcome.
Arrival in Drumnadrochit and settle in your tiny house for the night.
On the morning of day 2, we will head out for a photography session in the landscape. Margaret will help you see what you respond to within the landscape and how to translate that into images.
Most shoot locations are based within thirty minutes of the Hideaway and most are within walking distance at a level that requires wellies but is very easy.
The pace of the day is very gentle, with lots of time to relax, rest and enjoy what you see from a new perspective.
We will stop for a light lunch either on location or at a local cafe before reviewing your images, editing and post production to suit your own level later that day. Or spend more time outdoors photographing the landsacpe
Check out of the Hideaway.
Loch Ness is Scotland’s most famous loch. Peaceful, quiet and mysterious. We will be based just minutes away from the Loch
Margaret specialises in photographing some of Scotland’s most remote and wild places and has photographed landscapes for 23 years.
She lives on the shores of Loch Ness and has spent years capturing the loch and surrounding countryside. Margaret is fascinated by the connection between wellness and being in nature, studying how nature heals, closeness in water is beneficial and how solitude in the outdoors can be revitalising for introverts.
Commissions have included travel to Iceland, Croatia, Italy and Boston. Her work has been published in National Geographic Traveller, Outdoor Photography Magazine, Rough Guides and regularly features in Scottish broadsheets.