Have you been frustrated by how your horse photographs are coming out?
In horse photography workshops with Carol Walker, you will learn basic techniques for getting consistent, positive results photographing equines. Carol will work with you on focal length, best angles to shoot, and tricks for getting those pesky ears up. The class will be hands on working with equine models with halter, under saddle and liberty situations and she will also show you some examples of her work with horses. Bring your digital or film camera, and prepare to have fun!
What you need to know in order to schedule a workshop at your barn or farm:
Half Day Workshops:
- The workshops are 3 hours long, and can be given in the afternoon or evening. A minimum of 6 participants are required to hold the course, and a maximum of 12 can be in the course. If you have more than 12 people, consider booking both a morning and an afternoon session.
- Horse and human models are needed for conformation, under saddle, portraits and liberty photographs.
- The class will start with some classroom time (about 30 min.) and handouts and showing a dvd, then the rest of the class time will be spent outdoor shooting, with hands on coaching and instruction.
- The organizer of the course will receive one free registration in the course, and all human models and owners of horses who serve as our models will receive several free 8×10 prints from Carol as a thank you for their participation.
One Day, Two Day or Three Day Workshops:
If you have a great location with access to horses and people and would like Carol to come and teach a longer workshop, you can book the workshop based on a day + expenses rate:
Rate is $1250 per day plus accommodations for Carol and travel expenses to and from the workshop location. Carol will provide prints to models and horse and ranch owners as thank yous for their participation.
Shoots would be in the morning and afternoon when the light is good. Topics covered can include hands on shooting photos of conformation, liberty, under saddle, portraits, ranch work, wild horses, anything to do with horses. Carol can spend time when not on shoots with students reviewing portfolios, covering Photoshop basics for photographers, equipment selection, marketing, and fine art – whatever people are interested in learning.