Torridon, Scotland : 24 – 28 Oct 2019

Instructor: Peter Gordon and Daragh Muldowney – 1 Place Available
Fee: €1400
Date: October 24th – 28th
Deposit: €350
Fee Includes: 4 Nights Hotel, Transportation from Inverness, Breakfast and Dinner.
Group Size: 9 Max (We like to keep groups small)
Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Purchase Deposit

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Workshop Information

An action-packed weekend for people that want to visit a less beaten track in Scotland. There’s no question well-known locations like Isle of Skye and Glencoe have lots to offer, but we feel Torridon is equally beautiful and far less visited. Your much less likely to run into other tripod legs and we generally have the locations to ourselves. Stunning lakes, rivers, beautiful trees and a few good seascapes for good measure.

Our visit is timed to coincide with the stunning Autumn colours that Torridon can offer. There’s a vast amount of stunning native woodland and we have extensive experience with every little nock and cranny.

Workshop Programme

The workshop departs from Inverness airport on Thursday 24th. Time to be confirmed when flights are available. We will shoot sunset Thursday, then all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We will return to Inverness on Sunday evening. An action packed 4 days of unique and amazing locations.

Why Choose ExploreLight?

Unlike most companies offering photography courses and workshops, our instructors are specialist landscape and nature photographers. We represent an international standard in terms of landscape photography workshops and tours.  Peter, who runs this masterclass is currently Irish Landscape Photographer of the Year. Peter has also been in 2013, European Professional Photographer of the Year.

Costs and What’s Included

The cost of the workshop is €1400 per person. For this fee, you will receive all tuition and location guide as described above. Accommodation in a Hotel for 4 nights, Breakfast and Dinner each day, transportation costs (from accommodation to shoot locations). 



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