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Autumn in Glen Rannoch

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  • Full day of tuition

  • Beautiful scenery

  • Transport between locations

  • Lunch

Not Included

  • Transport to Kinloch Rannoch

  • Equipment

  • Accommodation

  • Insurance

Required Equipment

  • Digital camera

  • Wide angle lens

  • Telephoto lens

  • Tripod

  • Warm clothing

  • Sturdy Shoes

Recommended Equipment

  • Set of filters

  • Spare set of clothes.

Autumn in Glen Rannoch

Join me for a exploring the picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch, deep in the heart of the spectacular Glen Rannoch - around 20 miles from Pitlochry in Perthshire. This valley has one of the greatest ranges of landscapes in Perthshire. From the depths of the lochs to the heights of the mountains, paired with the open hill tops and dense forestry.


We will meet at central location in the village before setting off together to our first location. We will begin with a short chat to discuss our plan for the day before setting off to work on finding the best compositions and mastering exposures at various locations surrounding the village including the Allt More waterfall, views looking west along Loch Rannoch and taking in the sights of the mighty Schiehallion. This event is open to people of all abilities. I will be on hand to help you to perfect essential techniques, and for those with more experience, share with you my own approach to working a location.


All of my workshops have the same list of requirements. To ensure you get as much from the experience as possible I recommend a minimum of a digital SLR or compact system camera, a wideangle lens, a telephoto lens and a tripod. Your own set of filters will be a huge benefit as well but don't worry if you don't have any.

It is absolutely necessary that you dress appropriately for any weather conditions (we all know how notoriously unpredictable the weather in the Scottish highlands can be). You must remember that although we may be warm as we walk, we may then be standing around waiting for conditions to be right and I can tell you from experience that a chill sets in very quickly. You'll want several warm layers, waterproofs and sturdy footwear. A warm, dry set of clothes to keep in the car is never a bad idea.


Upon booking you will be able to give a brief description of level of experience you have and what you aim to achieve during your chosen workshop. I'll be in touch nearer the time with final arrangements. 

Earlier Event: October 5
Weekend Waterfalls - Dunkeld Hermitage