If you google ‘Mull photography courses’ you will find businesses offering photography courses on Mull but only one or two of them will be based on Mull and have that particular local knowledge.
You can book a day (or more) with Ewan at Nature Scotland who took over Islandscape Photography about a year ago. Ewan lives near here which means you have less far to travel when you meet up at the start of the day. Ewan offers a range of workshops as well as an exciting range of wildlife and exploratory trips. He also does a night skies experience, which I am longing to do!
Further afield from here is Tony McLean who runs Photo Mull based at Carsaig, down on the Ross of Mull. You may be able to arrange a day with him without having to drive all the way to Carsaig. Tony is a walking guide as well as photographer.
All year round
Photography is an activity that can be taken all year round. In fact the light in winter can be absolutely stunning – very changeable and dramatic. Whether you want to photograph wild stormy seas, dramatic sunrises and sunsets or vast golden hour landscapes.. The photographs on this blogpost were all taken in November, on the farm.