Landscape photography workshop Scotland

Mull, Iona & Treshnish Isles

May 23rd-29th 2021

A Landscape photography workshop Scotland based in Mull for those who are looking to relax, be inspired and enjoy boat trips to remote islands.

Join us and be immersed in the wildlife and gentle landscapes of the Inner Hebrides.


Duration : 6 nights

Group Size: Max 6

Trip cost: £1800 single

Included:Breakfast & Dinner & Lunch. Home cooked breakfast and dinners. Including a trip to Staffa & Lunga and aday trip to Iona

Excluded: Alcoholic drinks

Accommodation:  Single occupancy en suite rooms within a private house set in 6 acres of private grounds.

Fitness level: Must be able to disembark a boat at Lunga and Iona is a walking day trip.

Deposit: £250 with a Balance due at the beginning of March 2021

Tutors: Margaret Soraya & Jeremy Lintott


 Landscape photography workshop Scotland

Mull & Iona 

From stretches of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters to expanses of rugged landscapes and fabulous opportunities for wildlife, Mull has some of the most varied and easily accessible scenery on the Inner Hebrides. It is ideal for a landscape photography workshop.

Birds of prey, seals, whale watching, otters on beaches with Highland cows. Wildlife is everywhere on Mull. Mull also has the most lovely waterfront capital around. Its’ easy access to Iona is another bonus. This tiny ancient island is made even more mystical by the lack of cars. We have the opportunity to wander around the beautiful turquoise waters filled with small boats and the famous Iona Abbey.

One of the highlights is a trip with Staffa tours to the Treshnish Isles. The large puffin colony nests on the hillside surrounded by wildflowers. Naturally inquisitive and without any fear of humans, you can sit quietly on the cliffs as puffins return with beaks full of fish and happily walk amongst us. Photographic opportunities are endless.

 Landscape photography workshop Scotland Sample Day 

7.30am Breakfast in house

8.00am On location shoot

12.00pm Lunch on location or cafe

2.00pm Second location shoot

4.00pm free time / 1-2-1s at accommodation

6.30pm Dinner

7.30pm Talks and reviews of the day / 1-2-1s

9.00pm Finish


Locations will include some of the following:

A day trip to Iona, its crystal clear beaches and Iona Abbey.

Staffa tours boat trip to Staffa, Fingals cave and to photograph the puffins on Lunga.

Calgary bay

Fionnphort bay

The boats at Salen



When I started quiet landscapes, I wanted to create a safe, non-competitive space where no one was worried about keeping up or being the best. My landscape photography workshops in Scotland are a way of facilitating trips to beautiful places that are hard to reach. Combined with gentle encouragement, time, and space to slow down and connect with the landscape. 


We have secured a private house set in 6 acres of grounds for our accommodation on the Isle of Mull. The house is full of historic character. It is a spacious and contemporary place where you can truly relax. Our in-house catering means we can eat in the comfort of the house after a long day outside. Meals will all be healthy, hearty and home cooked.



I simply adore Scotland’s remote and wild places and spend a lot of my time exploring Scotland’s islands. From the Inner Hebrides to the Orkneys and as many of the Islands in between as I can get to.

My love of teaching and inspiring others in the landscapes leads me to feel like I have found my purpose in life. When someone else lights up and enjoys and understand their own creativity and vision, I am at my happiest. My work has been printed in Rough Guides, National Geographic Traveller, Camera Craft, Outdoor Photography Magazine.

Having been commissioned to travel to photograph in many countries round the world, I always just want to return the beautiful wild landscapes of Scotland. 


Jeremy Lintott

Jeremy believes our modern lives are leading to a greater disconnect with nature. He likes to use photography as a means of discovering and fully appreciating our natural world.
Jeremy has a fascination with all aspects of the natural world, whether it is studying the intricate anatomy and lifecycles of insects and fungi. Or experiencing its’ raw power in coastal landscapes.
After a career as a veterinary surgeon Jeremy is now enjoying being able to devote more time to capturing the beauty and complexity of nature in his images. He is a gentle and knowledgable tutor and is always there to support no matter what the question might be.