Two Day Fall Workshop in Montana 2014

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Two Day Horse Photography Workshop with Carol Walker

October 4 and 5, 2014 in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana

Have you been frustrated with how your photographs of horses turn out?

In this intensive two day hands on workshop with Carol Walker, author of Horse Photography: The Dynamic Guide for Horse Lovers you will be learning hands on while you are shooting in two spectacular locations.

We will be photographing horses in a variety of locations singly, as portraits, running at liberty, under saddle, and running in a group. The photography sessions will be 2 – 3 hours in the morning and 2-3 hours in the afternoon to take advantage of the best light, and in the middle of the day, Carol will spend 1 ½ hours reviewing images and portfolios, discussing the processing of images, editing, marketing, Photoshop, and any other topics that participants want to discuss.

This workshop is geared toward amateur photographers who want to learn in a beautiful setting and in a relaxed, hands on manner. Professional photographers who are wanting to learn about photographing horses are also welcome.

The fee is $300 for the whole workshop, both days. Meals and accommodations are NOT included.

The closest airport is Missoula, and it is 45 minutes away so if you are flying in you will need to rent a car. We will not be providing transportation to the locations.

Here are two local hotels:

Super 8 in Hamilton. 1325 N. First Street Hwy 93, Hamilton, Montana. Phone number is 1-406-363-2940. The room start at $59 a night and there are two grocery stores within walking distance.

The nicest hotel is the Bitterroot River Inn. It is also right off of Hwy 93 but the address is 139 Bitterroot Place Drive. The number to call is 1-866- 430-2692. There is a very good restaurant there, The Edge. Rooms start at $82 a night.

 Non-refundable deposit of $150 is due upon registration. The balance is due by August 20.

We will have a wait list.

Limit: 10 participants

To register call or email Beverly Hennager (406) 642 – 9048

Email: b@nefferdun.myrf.net

Beverly has all the information about the locations and registration.

Contact Carol with camera or photography questions: cwlivingimages@gmail.com

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  1. Can an amateur photographer attend?
    I’ve never photographed horses… but it’s my dream to do so.. So I would like to learn how to do it properly…

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      Yes Jeanine, this workshop is geared toward amateur photographers or more experienced photographers who want to learn about photographing horses. It is hands on instruction, and will be a friendly, relaxed way to learn about photographing horses.

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      Dear Terri,
      amateur photographers are who this workshop is about. Bring your manual for your camera and learn as much as you can about how to work it before you come, but no need for a lot of expertise.

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