The variety of breathtaking photographic locations in the Trossachs. From tranquil fishing lochs to rugged mountains and historical ruins, it’s a landscape photographers dream and my personal favourite place to photograph.
To say I have a love affair with the Trossachs would be somewhat of an understatement. For over 30 years I have spent countless hours here, photographing familiar and not so familiar locations.
In this workshop I will guide you around the best of these locations, show you how to prepare for the best light and I’ll also show you a few hidden gems along the way.
During the day, you will learn the techniques and methods I use to capture the drama of the landscape. I’ll show you the classic as well as the more unusual compositions that I adopt in my images. The day will be easy, relaxed and informal, and at a pace you are comfortable with.
At the end of the day, you will have had a fun day, learned some new techniques and come away with some great images. I sincerely hope you can join me in this workshop!
(Note: Workshops are kept to a maximum of 3 people)
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
A digital (or film) camera and lens/lenses
Blank Digital Memory Cards 8GB and above recommended. (2x)
Film Stock if shooting in film (6-8 rolls)
Sturdy/waterproof footwear. Wellies may be essential at certain times.
Water/Windproof clothing. (Most workshops are in the winter months when the weather can be very cold)
Hat (most body heat is lost through the head)
Remote release/remote trigger
Solid and graduated neutral density filters (ND Filters). I recommend Cokin Z, Hitech or Lee ND Grads. A selection of soft and hard grad filters is best.
ND 3,6 & 9 soft and hard grads recommended
A sense of humour!