Based on the picturesque Isle of Skye I am available for 1 to 1 and small group landscape photography courses so please get in touch here with your choice of dates.

Landscape photography workshops and courses in Cornwall, the New Forest, Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire Bluebell Woods, Dartmoor in Devon & Wales Take your landscape photography to the next level or try a new technique, learn at your own pace in a relaxed informal environment. My landscape and seascape photography workshop courses include digital, film, long exposures and black and white tuition. The workshops can be run on an individual 1 to 1 basis or as a small group of up to 3 participants if you have friends or relatives who would like to join you. The small size of the group allows me to provide personalised tuition and advice based on your experience and requirements and also to maximise the potential of each location without overcrowding. You choose the locations from the options within each workshop and various photographic styles can be incorporated including long exposure, black and white, panoramas, and even film photography (including processing). If you prefer I can also recommend itineraries to maximise the time at locations and minimise travelling or why not try one of my ‘magical mystery tours’?
My landscape photography workshop courses are totally customised to your requirements and feature a half or full day of photography and instruction. You will learn all about composition, how to read light, the relationship between shutter speed, aperture and ISO, hyperfocal distance, depth of field, when and how to use filters and lots more. If you wish we can also cover basic image processing on the computer using software such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Ideally you will have a digital SLR or compact system/mirrorless camera with a wide angle and a standard to medium telephoto zoom (or prime) lenses, plus a tripod. Filters including a polariser would be useful and solid neutral density (ND) filters are essential if you wish to capture long exposures.