Winter landscape techniques in the Trossachs - FULLY BOOKED

23 February 2019

08:00 - 16:00

Trossachs Discovery Centre car park
Main Street
United Kingdom

Group Member£14.00 
RPS Member£44.00 
Non RPS Member£55.00 
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Image (c) Stuart Sly


Winter can provide some of the best shooting conditions for landscape photography and this day of amazing scenery will certainly be worth braving the elements for!

This one day workshop in the stunning Trossachs National Park will take in some real gems of lesser known locations. From the village of Aberfoyle you will cover the stunning Loch Ard, Loch Chon and finish at the very beautiful Loch Arklet. 

Tuition and help from Stuart will focus on key techniques including understanding exposure, composition and the use of filters for the best results.

As you will be shooting most of the day in a location where there are very limited places to grab a bite to eat, a packed lunch is required.

Clothing and equipment - please bring / wear:

- Camera
- Filters
- Tripod
- Warm/waterproof clothing, suitable for the weather conditions on the day, and sturdy footwear

Unfortunately, as access to loch side locations, rough terrain and rocky areas is needed, this event may not be suited to people with mobility restrictions.

Toilet facilities – public toilets are available at the meeting point, but from then on it will be "natural facilities".

This will be a goup C event for up to 8 participants.  Members who want to come along and do their own thing (i.e. photograph without tuition) are most welcome.



Mark Reeves
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Region: ScotlandGroup(s): Landscape