Scotland360° Sea Kayaking Photography Courses
What could be more evocative than exploring the Scottish coastline by sea kayak? Expand your photographic skills with bespoke tuition from Scotland360° and experience unique perspectives of beautiful locations reached only by sea kayak.
Set in the beautiful coastline of the Scottish highlands, our sea kayaking photography workshops and phototours are uniquely tailored to improve your skills with your camera whilst sea kayaking. Whether you are taking photographs for fun, to record landscapes, seascapes or nature, we can assist with a better understanding of light, perspective, camera angles and technical understanding of the use of your camera on the water.
We launched our sea kayaking photography courses in April 2015 and, as well as running courses in association with other providers, we are now expanding our courses.
For more details, please click on the link below to take you to our Sea Kayaking Photography Page where you can find out more.
Scotland360° Mountain and Landscape Photography Courses
Mountains, landscapes, coastline... I have discovered some of the best photographic locations in the Highlands of Scotland over the past 30 years and am keen to share these great locations with you.
Join me, either on a one to one basis or as part of a small group, for a great day out, planned according to your specific requirements.
These individually planned days are available in locations ranging from close to the roadside to the summits of mountains, according to your aspirations and your interests. As an experienced mountain leader and mountain photographer, I can provide you with some great locations to make best use of light.
My Phototours are based on your individual requirements. If you would love to be in the right position to capture that mountain top sunrise or sunset, please let me know and we can start planning! Equally, if you would like to discover some fantastic viewpoints with great perspectives, Scotland360° Phototours are for you.
Scotland360° Waterfalls and Waves Photography Courses
Discover the range of photographic possibilities in Scotland's lochs, rivers and shorelines. Capture the dynamic moods, motion and movement of water. Freeze the action in sharp relief or slow it to silky softness. Explore reflections and the use of filters, with tuition in the most appropriate camera settings to use when photographing water.
Inverness is perfectly placed for access to a wide range of magnificent venues for our Scotland360° “Waterfalls and Waves” photography workshop themes.
Tarbat Ness and nearby Rockfield in Easter Ross are packed with potential for photographing and capturing the power of the sea.
Experience the power of the waves crashing over rocks, providing perfect opportunities for learning how to freeze the action - or perhaps developing your photography techniques for slowing down shutter speeds to produce a sense of motion.
In contrast, the Fairy Glen at Rosemarkie on the Black Isle, provides the perfect setting for photographing a particularly picturesque waterfall. The walk to the waterfall through a delightful semi natural woodland, winds its way alongside the Rosemarkie Burn.
Scotland360° Low Light Photography Courses
The longer nights through late autumn and into early spring provide perfect opportunities for low light photography. Capturing low light photography scenes can be one of the most challenging subjects in photography, yet it can also be one of the most rewarding, producing stunning results.
Join me for a low light photography evening workshop in and around Inverness and discover some of the secrets to taking great photographs as the light fades and darkness takes over. Learn the techiques for photography during the golden hour through to the blue hour and how to use the light and the timing to best effect.
We’ll run through the different types of low light, the essential equipment required and how to dial in your camera settings to best effect.
Lights, water and moody skies are essential elements and my workshops are based around the River Ness or at North Kessock where both locations allow for lots of scope for great results.
From landscapes to light painting, we will look at harnessing the light to improve composition and perspective at inspiring locations.