Luskentyre Workshops, Isle of Harris
Outer Hebrides Photography Workshops
April & October is a fantastic time of year for Wild Light Photography Workshops in the Outer Hebrides, daylight hours are still long enough to spend full days photographing at all of the locations on our workshop itineraries and the light is often dramatic due to the rapidly changing north Atlantic weather systems. You can expect that wonderful soft blue light of those quiet, overcast coastal days as well as stormy, dramatic sunsets which are the October precursors of winter storms to remind us of the changing season. Sunsets on the western side of Harris & Lewis are magical with soft white sand beaches and turquoise sea. You will be asking yourself if we really are this far north, especially during periods of high pressure when temperatures can be positively balmy in spring and autumn!
My Wild Light Photography Tours will take you to all those iconic Hebridean locations at Luskentyre, Callanish, Dun Carloway broch, Seilebost etc, but we also visit many lesser-known locations on the islands. Spontaneity and fun are guaranteed on a Wild Light Photography Workshop, but the emphasis as always is on learning new techniques and improving upon those you already have with friendly guidance and tuition by professional landscape and travel photographer, Steve Walton.
Please click on the Workshops tab above for retails of our next Wild Light Photography Tour in the Outer Hebrides. You can be assured of a great time as part of a small group of like-minded photographers. All abilities are catered for with equal patience and encouragement and my Outer Hebrides groups are restricted to a maximum of four attendees, so you will have ample opportunity for individual tuition.
Whatever the weather, the light is always amazing on the Outer Hebrides in October. The images below were made at Luskentyre on three seperate Wild Light Tours.
Come and explore the Outer Hebrides and have a good time with us whilst you learn and improve your landscape photography!
Changing moods of Luskentyre, by Steve Walton.
Luskentyre, Pabay and the Harris hills.