Scottish  Highlands photography workshop 

Scottish Highlands Photography workshop 

October  23rd-29th 2021

A six night Scottish Highlands landscape photography workshop based in the cosy Highland village of Drumnadrochit. Autumn in the area is the best time to be visiting and experiencing its beautiful Glens, lochs and forests. Join landscape photographer Margaret Soraya in her home town to develop your own photographic practice and be inspired through nature.

£1250 – £1350

Duration: 6 nights / 5 days

Accommodation: Local restaurant with rooms in the village of Drumnadrochit by Loch Ness. 

Included: Breakfast, lunch & dinner

Group size: Max 6

Fitness level: Moderate (Most locations within easy walking distance from car parking)

Deposit: £250

Cost: £1250 – £1350 

Scottish Highlands Photography workshop

Connect to the remote beauty of the Scottish Highlands and respark your creativity in this five-day, six-night Scottish Highlands Photography workshop. Each day, you’ll head off for a different destination, allowing you time to immerse. You will be guided by Margaret who’s aim it is to gently teach and help you understand your own photography. Margaret has lived in Drumnadrochit for many years and has an in depth knowledge of the area.

 

Scottish Highlands Photography Workshop

Our base for the Scottish Highlands Photography workshop is Drumnadrochit. Ideal for accessing many areas in the Highlands that come into their own at this time of year. Drumnadrochit is Margaret’s home, so she knows the area and all its’ hidden gems of locations and is excited to share them with you!

Some of the beautiful and quiet areas we would visit include the glens surrounding Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness, Loch Tarff, and if time allows, the Cairngorms. Exploring the quiet beauty of the glens, forests, lochs, and rivers of the area, we at many aspects of landscape photography. Based around slowing down in nature, I teach long exposures, creative photography, and photography as well as intimate landscapes.

Glen Affric 

Glen Affric is a dense pinewood forest, thick with a mysterious air and photogenic opportunities, accompanied by the Loch Beinn a’Mheadhain. Described as the finest and most beautiful of all Scotland’s glens, a mystical mix of lochs, moorlands, and native pinewoods.

Glen Strathconnon

Glen Strathconnon is a glen brimmed with hills either side as the Strathconnon river snakes its way down the roadside. Views down the Loch, forests, rivers, and a real sense of remoteness.

Loch Ness 

Loch Ness is fantastic for landscape photography. From the famous Urquhart Castle to its’ many lochside spots. From Invermoriston Bridge, the Pier at Dores, Fort Augustus with its views right down the Loch to the mighty Falls of Foyers.

HIGHLIGHTS

 

  • The deep and beautiful mountains & lochs of Glen Affric
  • The shores of Loch Ness, Urquhart castle 
  • Hearty Scottish food in award winning local restaurant 
  • The Highlands at their best as Autumn turns forests to gold, orange and reds. 
  • Glen Strathconan – a beautiful glen winding through Stathconan. 
  • Slideshows, movies & inspirational talks by Margaret 

YOUR ACCOMMODATION

We will be staying with a local family owned, award winning Restaurant, Bar and Rooms with a welcoming atmosphere. Hearty Scottish food and a quirky and comfortable stay. The tables are surrounded by Scottish heritage and an abundance of Whiskies from far and wide with experts on the topic behind the bar. Fiddlers have five times been voted SLTN Whisky Bar of the Year.

 

MARGARET SORAYA

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.