Fully Tailored Photography Experiences
A Photo Walk Scotland Experience is like having a private tour with an old friend, who just happens to be a very knowledgeable local.
Along the way you will be taken to the very best photographic locations, some well-known and some less so. We will also share a little of the local history of each location too.
We are always happy to share ideas, suggestions and advice on all things photographic. We are always happy to offer guidance on how to shoot, what to shoot and where to shoot in order that you get the very best images and have a great experience along the way…
Where to shoot
How to shoot
What to shoot
When you go to Glasgow, the key is too look up. Glasgow has some of the most amazing architecture in Scotland. Each building contrasts completely to the next but for some reason, in Glasgow, this just works. We take you to the cities most iconic spots, and to some hidden gems that we save just for you.
Edinburgh, is the truly stunning capital of Scotland. Our Half-Day tour takes in some of its iconic places, including Calton Hill, the Royal Mile, Greyfriars Bobby, and Edinburgh Castle esplanade. Supremely popular as a tourism hotspot, Edinburgh is bursting with photogenic locations.
The Scottish Borders has a landscape which has more than its fair share of sturdy hill forts, ancient castles and ruined abbeys which strongly hint at the turbulent history of this area. Our Full-Day Borders Tour takes in some of the most stunning photography locations in the region.
One of the most infamous names in Scottish history and one of the most impressive landscapes anywhere in the world! This is the stuff of photographers’ dreams and you could spend countless days exploring the endless nooks and crannies that come to life before your camera.
Falkirk wheel and Kelpies
The Falkirk Wheel and Kelpies, aren’t just marvels of modern design and architecture, they are a night-time photographer’s dream, these dramatically lit structures truly stand out from the night. Join us as we show you how to get the most from your low light photography.
Our Trossachs Experience attempts to give the photographer a real taste of what this area has to offer. As well as the incredible panoramas, beautiful waterfalls and imposing mountains, we will take you to some truly magnificent locations.
This is our first venture across the Border as we explore the spectacular Northumbrian coastline. There is just so much to see and photograph in this area of unspoilt natural beauty.
Only a few miles south of Edinburgh and we are confronted with some truly spectacular photographic locations. St Abbs Head is a Nature Reserve and Marine Reserve, and has a truly dramatic coastline.
East Neuk of Fife
The East Neuk is without doubt one of the most photogenic areas in the whole of Fife, and beyond. Quaint fishing villages line the coast, virtually unchanged over the past four centuries.
Join us as we head to The Isle of Skye, renowned for its awe-inspiring landscapes, picturesque villages and medieval castles. Skye is known for its rugged coastline of peninsulas and narrow sea-lochs, which radiate out from its mountainous interior.