Change in Date! Now October 20th.
Photographing Horses for Amateur Photographers and Horse Owners
Offered by Carol Walker
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2012
Time: Morning Session, 9:00 – 12:00 noon
Location: Spring Tree Farm, Longmont, Colorado
Spring Tree is located at 7597 N. 67th Street, Longmont 80503
Minimum 6 participants, Maximum 12 participants
For more information contact Carol at 303-823-6642, email: email@example.com
Have you been frustrated by how your horse photographs are coming out? In this 3 hour class, 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!
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.
Carol Walker is based in the Front Range of Colorado, and has been providing professional photography for horse owners for the last 11 years with her business Living Images by Carol Walker. She is a member of Equine Photographers Network and International Horse Photography Association, as well as Professional Photographers of America. She has presented at Equine Affaire and Western States Horse Expo on equine photography, and you can view her portfolio online at: www.LivingImagesCJW.com
She has also published a book on wild horses, Wild Hoofbeats: America’s Vanishing Wild Horses, available at www.wildhoofbeats.com and her newest book is Horse Photography: The Dynamic Guide for Horse Lovers and will be available for sale at the workshop and also online at www.HorsePhotographyWorkshops.com.
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Send a check to $150 to
16500 Dakota Ridge Rd.
Longmont, CO 80503
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