Outlander Tour, Diana Gabaldon, Jamie Fraser, Outlander Photography Tour. Outlander

Thank you for visiting my web site. My Outlander Tour is a photography tour and a sightseeing tour of the Outlander film locations in Scotland. This tour took me 2 years to develop, to ensure that I could give Outlander fans from all over the world the very best Outlander experience when visiting Scotland. I am a huge fan of the Outlander books by Diana Gabaldon and the TV series by the Starz Network. Scotland, my birthplace, is a beautiful country to visit and I can understand why so many people want to come here.

My Outlander Tour is 6 days and 5 nights. Hotel accommodation is included in the price. You will stay at the Original Rosslyn Inn, set in the romantic village of Roslin, just 8 miles south of Edinburgh City Centre (less than 3 minutes walk from the historic and mystical Rosslyn Chapel) for 4 nights and the last night will be at the Royal Highland Hotel in Inverness. This Outlander Tour is the only one of its kind and it is the most comprehensive Outlander Tour available in Scotland today. You will be guided by myself, James Christie, – I have 41 years experience as a professional photographer and have photographed many legends over the years including, but not limited to David Bowie, Vidal Sassoon and Simon Callow (Duke of Sandringham), so you will be in very good hands. You don’t have to be an advanced photographer, as I will guide you step by step, all of the way to ensure that you return home with outstanding photographs of every Outlander location that we visit. Most importantly, my goal is for you to enjoy the 6 days that you will spend with me.

I have been doing Photography Tours in Scotland for 10 years and developed the Outlander Tour 3 years ago. Diana Gabaldon frequently likes and retweets my tweets on Twitter about this Outlander Tour, which is a huge honour and very humbling to myself. I have been on location when season 4 of Outlander was being filmed. I have over  1,000 fantastic  TripAdvisor reviews and I am a great story teller. I wanted to produce an Outlander Tour that would be different to the many others being offered and I believe that I have achieved that goal. The Outlander tour is thorough and I have no set timetable so you get to spend longer, at each site visited, than you would on other Outlander Tours.

You don’t need a fancy camera to make great photographs, I have had clients on tour with me and all they had was their iPhone and with my instruction they went home with amazing photographs. My goal is to give you the experience of a lifetime and to go home with your Outlander Tour photographs and rave about them to your friends and family for many years to come. I live less than a mile from Roslin and as such if you want to venture in to Edinburgh on any of the evenings that you are here, I can take you there and bring you back to the hotel, my philosophy is: You are the boss and I am here to assist in any way that I can.

So what are you waiting for? Book your Outlander Tour here: Outlander Tour Booking Page

Fairy Glen, Isle of Skye, Scotland, Custom, Private Photography Tour

 

We had a fabulous time last week, doing a private, custom, photography tour of the Isle of Skye. This was shot in the Fairy Glen, near Uig on the Isle of Skye. This feature is sometimes referred to as “Castle Ewan”, but it never was a castle.
We pride ourselves on being unique and our ability to customise photography tours of Scotland, to give our clients an experience of a lifetime. We are not a large corporation and every client is vitally important to us. James Christie is a professional photographer with forty years experience in his industry. We truly do offer tours that nobody else can. James will always be on hand to ensure that you will go home with amazing photographs of your visit to Scotland. Please feel free to email James at uk.jameschristie@gmail.com to discuss your private and custom photography tour of Scotland.

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Skelbo Castle

This ruined 14th century castle keep is Skelbo Castle and is located on the high shore of Loch Fleet in the Scottish Highlands.

Robert the Bruce captured an earlier castle at the site belonging to the Sutherlands in 1308. In 1529 the castle was bought by William Sutherland of Duffus. The whole site was abandoned as a residence in the 20th century. We visited this location on a recent private photography tour of Scotland.

Outlander Photography Tour, inspired by Diana Gabaldon, she evidently likes the idea!

The most comprehensive Outlander tour available in Scotland. This tour is the experience of a lifetime for any fan!

You don’t need to be a photographer as you will be guided by a Pro!

Buachaille Etive Mòr, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands at dawn.
We have been busy. This was shot at sunrise on one of our Scottish Photography Experience, custom private tours.

I used an ND 100 filter and a 30 second exposure for this photograph and I am very happy with the result.

Buachaille Etive Mòr, Glencoe, Scottish Highlands, Sunrise, Dawn, Photography Tour Scotland, Mountains, Snow, Winter

Rosslyn Chapel, Knights Templar, Freemasonry, Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown, Tom Hanks, Grand Lodge, Dolomon's Temple, Holy Grail

The magnificent and mysterious Rosslyn Chapel. We visit this incredible site on our “4 Abbeys + A Chapel Photography Tour”. Construction on the Chapel began in 1456 by William Sinclair, the first Earl of Caithness. His original plan was for a cathedral sized structure, but he died and it was never completed.

Edinburgh Photography Tour, Review, 5 star review, Best Photography Tour, Edinburgh, Scotland

Thank you so much to Julie for this fabulous review of Edinburgh Photography Tours. Julie did her tour yesterday (December 4, 2018)

 

Jedburgh Abbey, Scottish Borders, Fish eye, Arches, History, Religion

This is Jedburgh Abbey. Shot on one of our “4 Abbeys + A Chapel Photography Tour”. This tour is available to book on Thursdays, but if you give advance notice, we will try our very best to accommodate you on other days of the week. This photograph was shot using a fish eye lens and James is very happy to let you use the lens to capture images as striking as this one.

Queen Mary's Bath House, Edinburgh Photo Walk, Mary Queen of Scots, Moss on slate

This is Queen Mary’s Bath House (in Edinburgh), and has been dated by archaeologists to the year 1565. Despite the name, there is there is no evidence to support the notion that it was ever used as a “Bath House”. The idea of Mary, Queen of Scots, bathing surfaces as early as 1776 in John Pinkertons’s ‘Elegy on Craigmiller Castle:
“That chamber where the queen, whose charms divine
Made wond’ring nations own the power of love,
Oft bathed her snowy limbs in sparkling wine,
Now proves a lonely refuge for the dove.”

 

We always photograph this quirky little, two storey, building on our Edinburgh Photography Tour. Indeed, there are some suggestions that this structure may be the oldest surviving pavilion in the world. Such are the mysteries of Scottish History!

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