Heron wildlife photography workshop

Award-Winning Wildlife Photographer Philip Price

loch visions wildlife photography workshops  a: hawthorn, ardlarach road, ardfern, argyll pa31 8ja t: 07767807123 e: info@lochvisions.co.uk

About Philip Price - Professional wildlife photographer and your guide

Philip (founder of Loch Visions and your guide) has over a decade  of experience in doing and teaching wildlife photography in the locations he is taking you to. When he is running workshops he does not take photographs so all his attention and experience is focused on you having a fantastic wildlife encounter and learning lots of great wildlife photography techniques.

Philip only runs workshops in Argyll and the Islands, and has done so for his whole career, therefore you are getting an in depth and detailed knowledge of the area he will take you to and it's wildlife.

Philip Price and his business Loch Visions has won many awards. He is also one of the team of photographers working on Scotland: The Big Picture - see  below for more details.

About Philip Price - Ethics and Giving Back

By booking with Loch Visions you are helping Philip support a huge array of wildlife organisations and charities. You are also using a business with an extensive ECO POLICY and supporting the protection of the wildlife you are photographing by giving it a viable economic argument for it being there.
Philip is first and foremost concerned with the welfare of our subjects thus you will be with a guide that guarantees the welfare of the animals we photograph.

Philip is a board member of CROMACH
CROMACH stands for Craignish Restoration of Marine and Coastal Habitats. We aim to encourage and promote sustainable use of local waters for recreation, fishing and other marine activities; to promote and carry out research, surveys and investigations of the local marine environment; to involve the community and raise awareness of marine issues and related cultural heritage; to educate and involve younger members of the community; and to protect and allow recovery of biodiversity and natural processes in Loch Craignish, the Sound of Jura and the Firth of Lorn, the seas of Scotland and the wider marine environment.

A charity set up to enhance, monitor and educate about the wildlife in Mid-Argyll.

Philip is a founding member of Friends of the Sound of Jura
A marine group set up to protect the Sound of Jura MPA from devastating proposed developments.

Philip volunteers for the Oban Mountain Rescue Team and is chief medical officer

Philip has worked closely with the Beaver reintroduction team and now helps monitor and document the re-population programme.

Philip Price is also one of the team of photographers working on Scotland: The Big Picture - see below for more details.

Scotland: The Big Picture

SCOTLAND: The Big Picture is a team of media professionals – photographers, filmmakers, writers and designers – committed to creating media that inspires change. Change for a wilder more exciting and ecologically enhanced vision for Scotland.

Philip's role within this is to argue the case for a large white-tailed eagle population. Documenting the benefits and putting forward solutions to the challenges.

To find out more see our website:

Awards for Philip Price and Loch Visions

Philip Price Photography Award
Natural Abstract Winner Scottish Photography Awards
Multiple Highly Commended in British Wildlife Photography Awards
2nd place in Scottish Photography Awards
Loch Visions
Loch Visions Wins British Countryside Award for Best Rural Enterprise of the Year
Loch Visions Wins Scottish Countryside Award for Best Rural Enterprise of the Year
Loch Visions are finalist in the National Thistle tourism awards 
Loch Visions are finalists in the UK Young Rural Entrepreneur of the year competition run by the Field magazine
Loch Visions win the regional PSYBT business awards
Loch Visions wins commerce business of the year at the national BT Scotland young e entrepreneur of the year awards 

Philip Price: TV Work and Credits

Credits include:
Guardian, Daily Mail, BBC, Scotland Outdoors magazine, BBC Wildlife Magazine, The Courier, The Field Magazine, Financial Times, Scotsman, Herald, Electronics Weekly, Envirowise, cross compliance farming for the environment advisory body, Momenta, Argyll Communities Organisation.

Film and TV work:
Philip has worked in Virtual Reality 360 natural history film making - see a behind the scenes film left.
Philip has made natural history films for wildlife centres - see trailer for 'in the view of eagles' left.
Philip has worked for the BBC and numerous production companies as both a guide, presenter and expert contributor:

Production companies Philip has guided for:
New Earth Films, Steadpix productions, BBC TV, National Geographic, White-tail Films, biomeproductions (VR - 360)

I have also worked for the National Geographic critter cam unit. 

To book Philip Price for wildlife film production services or guiding services then please go to FREELANCE page for more details

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