The Art of Seeing Light with Scott Trees
Begins October 6, 2014
Light is the photographer's paintbrush, a critical element in creating a good photograph. Learning how to "see" light is a tool essential for anyone trying to succeed as a photographer. Good lighting can make the difference between a mediocre and an outstanding image. This four week course, presented as video lectures and online discussion, covers the fundamentals of light and lighting. It challenges students to see light differently and to change their approach in seeing and using light in their work.
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California Dreamin': Beyond the Ordinary
Equine Photography Workshop
October 30th - November 2nd, 2014; Thousand Oaks, California
There is a lot more to creating unique and beautiful horse images than most people think. It is much more than a combination of talent and skill. Join globe-trotting equine photographer Scott Trees in beautiful Thousand Oaks, California for this three day educational workshop. Share Scott's passion for capturing his horse subject's essence as he explains his techniques for creating exceptional images.
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Winter Horse Photography Workshop
February 8th - 14th, 2015
The Hideout Ranch, Shell, Wyoming
Join us for an exceptional opportunity to photograph horses in winter in the snow at the luxurious Hideout Ranch in Shell, Wyoming. Spend five days, with two shoots each day, photographing cowboys working horses in the glistening snow with the stunning Big Horn Mountains as a background. Here is your chance to build your winter stock portfolio in a unique and exclusive setting.
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