2nd PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP WITH EQUINE PHOTOGRAPHER CAROL WALKER
At The Center for America’s First Horse
October 7 & 8, 2017
Carol Walker, award-winning equine and wildlife photographer, will be teaching a two day photography workshop at The Center for America’s First Horse in Johnson, Vermont. The workshop is a unique opportunity for amateur or professional photographers, and artists who want to raise the standards of their photography skills by working with one of the most notable equine photographers worldwide. This is Carol’s only east coast workshop of the year. Register now! Limited to 12 participants.
Come to Vermont and photograph the beauty of one of the largest herds of rare Spanish mustangs in the eastern United States during the magnificent fall foliage. The Center for America’s First Horse is located on seventy scenic acres with the Green Mountains as a stunning backdrop. The fall foliage should be gorgeous this weekend!
- Two days of coaching during morning and evening shooting sessions: Horse portraits, portraits of people with horses, action under saddle, conformation, details, horses moving at liberty, alone and in groups in the pasture. Covering technical details such as camera and lens selection, background, use of light and more.
- Two classroom sessions: Reviews of photos, editing, use of Photoshop, portfolios, selling and marketing, printing.
- Free admission to Carol’s public presentation about wild horses. A slide show set to music, and a talk about the issues facing the wild horses of Colorado and Wyoming.
- Farewell dinner Sunday evening hosted by The Center for America’s First Horse.
Workshop is limited to 12 participants
Fee: $900 – 50% deposit to hold a space. Balance due by September 1, 2017. Ask about an installment payment plan.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit children’s equine programs at The Center for America’s First Horse.
For workshop schedule, transportation and lodging information, and to register visit www.CenterForAmericasFirstHorse.org or contact event organizer Stephanie Lockhart at 802-730-5400, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share This Post