One to Seven Days
Beginner to Advanced
Scotland - England - UK
Glencoe - Skye - Sutherland - Assynt
Torridon - NW Highlands - Northumberland


Our primary goal in each course is to equip you with a full understanding of the basic, but crucial manual controls of a camera. Understanding these controls will ensure that you can confidently use any camera and will allow you to undertake any style of photography in all types of situations or lighting conditions. This knowledge will equip you with the skills to deal with, for example, low light, nighttime, macro, nature, sports and many more.
We will also develop your technique in using the optimal settings on your camera and will instill a number of best practices to ensure that you can consistently produce images of the highest technical quality in any conditions.

The features and controls of a camera can at first appear quite intimidating. Experience has taught us here at Billy Currie Photography, that people who come along to our courses are pleasantly surprised at how straightforward things become once they absorb the basic principles and develop sound manual photography techniques.


Within most of our courses, post processing also features as we believe these skills and techniques are absolutely crucial in taking your photography to the next level. The tuition is very structured and you will be provided with a post processing workbook which covers all subject matter from equipment calibration, organizing/backing up your images through to the final production of your masterpiece! We aim to provide you with a sound basic skillset that you can then enhance and develop on-going throughout your photography journey.

All of our courses are strictly limited to a maximum number of 3 students. This ensures the best possible use of teaching time with each individual as people learn at different rates and will have varied levels of experience. So whether you are a complete beginner wondering where on earth to start or a seasoned photographer looking for some more advanced tuition, it doesn't make a difference. Still not sure, why not have a browse at some previous students comments on my Testimonials page

News Blog

16th April 2015
I've just started a Facebook blog type of thing discussing how processing photographs affects you as a photographer, it is in the "photography or art" album for anyone interested - My Facebook Page

10th April 2015
Still no sign of Lightroom 6 yet. It was rumored to be 20th March and then the 25th but still nothing. C’mon Adobe, give us a clue???

1st April 2015
New dates for March 2016 now live

21th March 2015
After a last minute issue in March I was asked to stand in at short notice to give a presentation to Kirkintilloch Camera Club. This was my first visit to what looks like a really nice friendly club. A great evening was had by all with the presentation proving very popular amongst the members.

7rd March 2015
Canon has certainly responded to the demand for more megapixels recently by announcing a couple of 50MP versions of its very popular semi-pro model, the 5D. Ever since other manufacturers such as Nikon jumped to 36MP Canon customers have been demanding at least similar resolution. Well, no-one can say Canon has not responded adequately enough, I think they have surpassed most peoples expectations going straight from the low 20’s to 50Mp, what a jump. Me personally, I would tread very carefully with this type of camera. There are many other factors which come into play with increased resolution and in most circumstances, it is impossible to effectively have or use the amount of pixels stated by the manufacturer.

3rd March 2015
Taking advantage of a weekend off last week I decided to head into Glasgow for the morning as the weather wasn’t great further north. I started at Paisley Mill around dawn, then onto The Armadillo, next was Glasgow Uni before driving to Falkirk for some long exposures of the Falkirk Wheel. What a successful morning as I have hopefully got some nice keepers from each location, something that is very rare these days. It’s always good to get some nice shots closer to home, it highlights how good our local scenery is which is something easily overlooked these days.

Customer Feedback

"Great 3 day course in Assynt and Torridon last week with Billy.His knowledge of and passion for photography really shows. This was combined with thorough familiarity of times and shooting locations. Finally back at base he topped it off with detailed skills in post processing and the ability to get them across with the patience needed for someone like me. Really enjoyed the experience."
Sean Dunne

"Just been on a weekend course in Assynt with Billy and it was a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
Billy took us to some amazing locations where despite the weather we were able to take some great photographs. When not out taking photographs Billy gave some excellent tuition in Photoshop and Lightroom and was very open about all the techniques he uses."
Robert Hume

"I attended the 1 day Glencoe course. This was my first time attending any sort of photography course and it was a great experience. Billy has a great passion and knowledge on the art of photography and importantly is really keen to impart this to others clearly. For anyone looking to take pictures in some great locations and get a real step up in their ability to take the best pictures, they can, this course was great. Highly recommended."
Martin Campbell

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Gift Vouchers

Gift Vouchers

Looking for a special present?
We can supply prepaid gift vouchers for a specific course or vouchers for a value of your choice which can then be redeemed against any course or holiday with availability. Gift vouchers are normally valid for one year from the date of purchase unless otherwise agreed.

"Here at Billy Currie Photography our principles are simple...
To provide exceptional in-depth and informative photography training, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, to all people regardless of age or experience".

Other Training

Even though most of our workshops are based around general landscape photography, on many of the longer courses we often have the opportunity to participate in some other styles such as long exposure, minimalism and possibly even night photography.

Being experienced in many other styles of photography, during our holiday I am happy to offer advice and even some basic tuition in any of these. Below are a few examples...