Due to popular demand, we have added a couple more dates to our Glencoe workshops 1 more in 2016 and another to January 2017, we have also extended the workshop to three days by request.
This workshop will be taking place on the Monday evening 23rd January to Thursday 26th January we advise booking the Hotel Monday 23rd Check in, Check out Friday the 27th unless you live close.
We will be meeting in the Hotel Bar at 20.30 hours on the 23rd of January 2017 for a meet and greet with Paul Sanders and Matt Hart.
The hotel will be available now for bookings bookings, you are advised to book early to secure a room in the same Hotel. Room rates at the time of checking were £84 per person per night and there are rooms or lodges available.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the interest you have shown in these workshops. Thanks!
*Spaces limited to 14 so book early to avoid disappointment
*Rooms were available when last checked 23rd Jan 2016.
Glencoe in Scotland is possibly one of the most iconic locations in the British Isles with its wild mountain scenery, water falls and moorland. Visiting it in the middle of winter gives the wonderful location a wholly different feel, often blanketed in deep snow it becomes a landscape photographers dream. The winter sun hangs low in the sky all day creating the most incredible light which coupled with changeable weather delivers the most dramatic feel to landscape photography.
We will visit Buchaille Etive Mor (pictured), Black Rock Cottage, Castle Stalker and explore Glen Etive and Loch Bar and quite a few more locations.
This workshop is open to photographers of all abilities and will be led by Fuji X Photographers Paul Sanders and Matt Hart, they will give you as much tuition and guidance as you need to make the most of the locations we will visit over the weekend.
We will be located just outside Glen Coe Village in The Clachaig Inn Glencoe, Highlands,Scotland, PH49 4HX www.clachaigholidays.com Tel: 01855 811252 it’s remote location makes it ideal for this workshop with many of the locations being only a stones throw from the hotel.
The cost of the workshop is £289.99 per person, and includes all tuition and support you need with access to Neutral Density Filters and Graduated filters for you to make the most of the photographic opportunities.
You will need to book your accommodation with Clachaig Inn and make your own way to Glencoe, the fee does not include meals or drink accommodation or travel.
There is some walking during the day so reasonable level of fitness is required, and the event may take place in inclement weather so come prepared.
You can bring any make of camera on this workshop.
Full details of the event will be sent out before the event for further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and conditions.
As our costs for the training courses / workshops remain the same no matter how many attendees, like pre-booking tickets for the theatre, concert, flights etc, I am unable to give a full refund in the event of non-attendance, regardless of the circumstances.
The Exception to this is if we can find you a place on the next available course, or you can nominate another attendee.
We also reserve the right to cancel any of the workshops if there is insufficient demand, especially if it means that our costs would be higher than our income. Please therefore do not leave it until the last few weeks if you are interested in a particular course, as you may find that it has been booked or removed! Please note that we cannot be liable for any other costs incurred by you, so please check with us before booking any non-refundable accommodation or transport.
Tickets are not transferable without first contacting us.
Tickets cannot be exchanged, transferred, or resold for commercial gain.
No food drink, accommodation or transport, is provided unless stated.
Travel Insurance is not included.
This workshop is at your own risk.
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