Photographic Workshop. Friday 29th November (daytime)
During the day on Friday, Nadir Khan will be running a photography workshop. This workshop is for anyone with an interest in getting the most from their photography. Nadir takes photographers on a journey through his own ideas for composition , setting up a shot and working creatively with the environment and weather . People coming along on the workshop should have either a DSLR camera or camera with manual setting facility. Nadir will be looking at how to work creatively with shutter speed and aperture settings and how to work with athletes in the outdoors . The workshop is approx 4 hours and will be spent outdoors at a suitable location. Appropriate outdoor clothing and footwear is required . Cost will be £50 plus booking fee. More details on the Tickets page.
An exciting double act of speakers this evening, in a new venue for us, the Steps Theatre.
Nadir Khan is a well known photographer and film maker, and will talk about his recent projects, and promote his book, ‘Extreme Scotland’, a photographic journey through Scottish adventure sport and at the Dundee Mountain Film festival will be talking about the making of the book, both the highs and the lows and a behind the scenes look at some of the shots in the book.
Calum Maclean is the charismatic wild swimmer who has featured on BBC Scotlands online The Social series of shorts as well as being the star of BBC Alba’s Dhan Uisge (Into the Water).
After our first session of brilliant Banff World Tour films, Himalyan Legend Doug Scott will recall his now legendary epic descent of the Ogre. Doug is also passionate about the charity he has established, Community Action Nepal which will have a trade stall at the festival.
After awesome Scottish films , photographer and Director of Scotland: The Big Picture, Peter Cairns, showcases Scotland’s natural beauty and drama with stunning imagery and film, but he also poses an intriguing question: What should Scotland look like?
A selection of pulse racing Banff World Tour films, then mountain biker, and Commonwealth Games athlete Lee Craigie, will talk about her recent ride of the Colorado Trail , 567 miles of trail between Denver and Durango which passes through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Colorado Rockies.
Following a fantastic film session, the award winning film maker Keith Partridge will present The Adventure Game – Filming at The Ends of The Earth.
Can’t wait, or missed some of the 2018 programme? Watch some of the 2018 films, and a few from past years, here