Group Photography Safaris
Steeped in history and shaped by fire and ice Glencoe boasts some of the world’s most spectacular scenery. These rugged and remote environments are famous hunting grounds for the aspiring landscape photographer.
If you are a club, group or small number of friends then join us on safari to learn the art of landscape photography and capture the classic shots of Glencoe. Karl will take you on location and under his friendly and encouraging direction you will experience a fabulous day exploring the skills and techniques of digital photography.
VIEW A SELECTION OF OUR WORK IN OUR Landscapes Gallery
prices per person
- half day* £55 : (3hrs) 0900 - 1200 or 1300 - 1600
- full day* £110 : (7hrs) 0900 – 1600
*minimum number of two clients on group safari tour
MORE INFO & BOOKINGS: call on 07769 809236 or eMail us.
Young people from 12 -17yrs are encouraged to participate on our safaris, so long as they are accompanied by a responsible adult.
We will provide you with comfortable transport, a cd with your images from the day and, of course, expert tuition. As our maximum group size is 5 persons you are certain to receive plenty of individual guidance. We also have camera equipment for hire from £10 for a half day hire and £20 for a full day.
Our photography safaris are tailored to suit your requirements but these are some of the areas we aim to cover; basic camera controls, ISO, aperture, shutter speed, composition, exposure, use of filters and in-camera processing.
what to bring
The weather conditions in the Scottish Highlands are renowned for having four seasons in one day, so please come well prepared with suitable walking boots or sturdy shoes, warm clothing and waterproofs. In our experience, such variation in weather often adds to the magic and mystique of your images. You will also need to bring along snacks and refreshments and a packed lunch if you are joining us for a full day safari, although we can sample the local hospitality and stop for a hot lunch should the opportunity arise.
Our safaris leave from the Ballachulish Tourist Information Centre, located 100m off the A82, 1 mile west of Glencoe village. Here you will also find free parking, toilets and great coffee & cakes.
available on a half day or a full day safari
- looking across Loch Leven from the village of Glencoe
- the picturesque Glencoe Lochan
- spectacular landscapes of Glencoe
- iconic mountain view of Buachaille Etive Mor
The above locations involve a short walk to the site from the transport.
- the very heart of Glencoe, capture the magnificent landscapes of An t-Innean Mor, A Chailleach, the Three Sisters of Glencoe and Aonach Eagach
- experience the desolate remoteness of Rannoch Moor, overlooking the Black Mount and Lochan na h-Achlaise
The above locations involve up to 30 minutes walk from the transport on uneven and often boggy ground and as such a moderate level of fitness is needed.