Landscape Photography Workshops in Scotland
Landscape photography workshops in Scotland's Highlands and the Scottish Islands. These quiet and beautiful places allow mindful, relaxing and inspiring teaching that gently encourages.
Recommended by The Sunday Times
“I soon learnt that in Margaret we had a teacher with endless patience. She puts everyone at ease with a warm smile”
Gillian Furmage – The Sunday Times
These landscape photography workshops in Scotland run by Margaret Soraya are a chance to catch your breath, relax, and develop a mindful photography practice. Margaret specializes in Scotland as this is somewhere she knows well and has a deep passion for in her photography.
Taking part in a landscape photography workshop is time for you to immerse within nature and allow the quiet of the landscape to seep in. Therefore the pace is slow, and the teaching is gentle on Margaret’s workshops.
The landscapes and seascapes are remote, wild, and revitalizing. And Margaret is a kind and encouraging tutor who passionately believes in helping others. She creates each photography workshop and retreat with the same care and attention she gives to each client.
Upcoming landscape photography workshops in Scotland that scheduled to run are listed below. If you would like any more information at all, please contact us anytime.
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My values and my way of seeing the world and my place in the world are unique to me. However, as in other aspects of life, people do often share parts of their thinking and personal philosophy. My Ethos is integral to my photographic teaching.
About Quiet Landscape Workshops
When I am leading a workshop or teaching photography 1-2-1, my guiding purpose is to create the circumstances and space, for each person on a workshop to connect with the landscape in their own unique way.
My workshops are about using the quiet, the space, and the peace to draw upon. There is always time for the individual to be still and be with the landscape in one place.