Northern Scotland

Northern Scotland

Scotland is a distinctive, rough, but very charming country. Scots are a proud people that will welcome you warmly, unlike their inhospitable weather. If you visit Scotland in spring or summer, you can look forward to enjoying old cities with castles, wild northern landscapes, rugged coast and much more.

The guide will take you on a tour through the capital Edinburgh, historical Stirling, the national pride of every Scott. We will continue through Trossachs National Park, Loch Lomond lake, Killin waterfalls to Oban port and then turn north along the coast to Fort William and the famous Caledonian canal. Next will come Glennfinan and a ferry trip from Mallig to Sky islands where you can visit Armadale gardens, Portee, Quiraing cliffs, Dunvegan castle or Neist Point lighthouse. On the way back from Skye you can stop by Lochness and the picturesque Pitlochry and Perth.


Guide map: Northern Scotland

Brezina Jan

Czech Republic

Professional photographer, mentor, video-caster, blogger, traveller and founder of Fripito. Jan was born in Prague, capitol of Czech Republic in communistic times. When borders finally opened, Jan started travel around globe. He visited six continents and more than 120 countries.

Jan was the first czech blogger writing about digital photography. He started this project in 1998 and from this moment had been actively promote digital photography worldwide.

Jan is member of many prestige international photo associations including IPC, PMAI, IFJ or WPPI.

He focus primary on portrait and wedding photography in commercial work and deeply love travel and landscape photography as the most personal work.

He is organizing photo workshops and photo trips for last 8 years worldwide, write about Apple and photography and teach at private and state Universities.

Jan become Apple Certified Trainer, Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Community Professional.