November 8 – 11, 2012
Santa Rosa, California
This introductory photography workshop covers all of the basic elements of digital photography and its application to photographing horses. During a three day work shop held at a private Arabian Farm in Santa Rosa CA, Scott Trees will cover the essential elements of digital photography, exposure, lighting, and how all of this applies to horses. This workshop is geared to amateur and intermediate photographers who feel they need help in gaining a better understanding of their gear. Scott will share his vast experience and be open to all questions in an easy-going hands-on environment. Together we will explore the factors that go into making a great image and the basics of photographing horses.
Complete details: http://events.equinephotographers.net/ca12/index.htm
About Scott Trees:
For 40 years Scott Trees has been in the top echelons of his field with an international client base. His reputation is for a dramatic use of light in creating exceptional, artistic, emotional photographs.
“Having traveled the world photographing horses in a variety of situations and conditions I have learned a great deal. There is a lot more to taking photographs than just having a good camera. Most photographers are picture takers, I hope this workshop will enable the participants to become better picture creators.”
Visit his website here: http://www.treesmedia.com/