The Isle of Skye

Lovely late evening light at Neist Point

The Isle of Skye. A landscape photographers dream location within the UK. With such diversity in landscape and history. The island is 50 miles long, and the largest of the Inner Hebrides.

With such a diverse landscape comes a great variety of images to be made. I always say that around every corner on Skye, there is a photograph to be taken, and that’s no exaggeration.

Travelling from the Sleat Peninsula, the lower rolling landscapes, up through the majestical red and black Cuillin mountains, to the anciently formed landslips of The Quiraing. There really is a landscape unique to this amazing little island around every turn, not to mention the waterfalls of the Fairy Pools, the seascapes of Elgol, the drama of Neist Point and then the lesser know tranquil spots away from the well trodden paths of the regular tourist.

I’ve been visiting the island for over 10 years now, regularly 10-15 times per year, and running landscape workshops here for 5 years, on both a group and 1-2-1 basis.

I know the island better than my home patch, and will get you in the right locations at the right times to capture the dramatic light and conditions in which Skye looks it’s very best.

To find out about my upcoming Skye workshops please follow this link… https://www.martinsteele.net/product-category/workshops/