Carol Walker Presenting at Rocky Mountain Horse Expo in Denver March 11 – 13

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Carol Walker will be presenting at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado on March 11 – 13. She will be giving talks on Horse Photography on Friday and Sunday, and a talk on saving America’s Wild Horses on Friday evening. Here is the schedule: http://www.coloradohorsecouncil.com/userfiles/file/Expo%20Forms/Expo%20Daily%20Schedule%202011.pdf Carol will also have a booth with fine …

Horse Photography: Use Backlight to Emphasize the Outline of Your Horse Subjects

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Light is the most important tool that a photographer can use.  In this post I will discuss backlight, which is different than direct light.  When you are using backlight, you are shooting directly into the sun, which is behind your subjects.  Use the lens hood on your camera lens to minimize flare.  The best time of day to do this …

Carol Walker presents wild horse slideshow and signs books at the Hitching Post in Niwot on Friday 1/7/11

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Carol will be presenting her wild horse slideshow set to music featuring her images of the McCullough Peaks Herd at the Hitching Post in Niwot, CO this coming Friday, January 7th from 5 – 8 pm.  The Hitching Post, at 165 Second Avenue is a wonderful store featuring gifts and art for horse lovers and it is a warm place …

Carol Walker presenting on Horse Photography at Equine Affaire in California Feb. 3 – 6, 2011

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Carol Walker will be presenting on horse photography at Equine Affaire in Pomona California which takes place February 3 – 6 at the Fairplex. She will be presenting on Friday and Saturday, and here is the schedule: http://www.equineaffaire.com/u/pdf/11_ca_schedule_for_program.pdf Carol will also be signing books and offering fine art prints, canvases, calendars and greeting cards for sale in her booth #602 …

Horse Photography: Photographing Horses in the Snow II – Happy New Year!

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After the snow has fallen, and the sun comes out in the afternoon or the next day, you can have a beautiful untouched snowscape for your photographs. If the sun is shining and there is snow on the ground, you will have a very bright scene, because the snow will reflect the light.  You need to decrease your ISO to …