EQUINE PHOTOGRAPHERS NETWORK
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The Basics of Equine Photography
Course will start on July 8th
Are you frustrated with your technical skills when it comes to photographing horses? Are you disappointed that the images you create are not what you had planned? Do you find that you are confused or overwhelmed by your camera settings? If you answered yes to any of these questions then join photographer Carien Schippers for this intensive online course that will open up a new world of equine photography and bring your work to the next level. This intensive hands on course will help you understand and master your camera and allow you to apply these new skills to photographing horses and consistently achieve good, usable photos.
This course is for any photographer that would like to improve their equine photographic skills, with an emphasis on the DSLR. Recommended equipment is a DSLR with a lens that is in the 200mm range. Any focal lengths within 135-300 are suitable, with zoom lenses in this range being optimal. Renting equipment is an option. Borrow Lenses has special rates fror EPNet.
All skill level photographers are encouraged to take this course. Each participant will receive individual attention with feedback that addresses their personal goals and skills.
This five week course will introduce a new tutorial each week. As you work through the tutorials you will be encouraged to go out and shoot, applying what you have learned and then upload your best images to the forum for feedback. This course is meant to be a hands-on class and you will be encouraged to participate by shooting each week or better yet, every day, posting your work, asking questions and helping class mates. If possible students should have access to horses to practice what they learned at a minimum of once a week. If you do not have access to horses during the course you may use existing work for feedback, however shooting for the assignments is highly recommended!
You will see an improvement in your work right away as you learn basic technical skills for shooting horses and get more comfortable with your gear.
This course will take place on line so you will be able to access the material and upload your images at your convenience.
Week One: Introductions and Equipment
Week Two: How to get that perfect Head Shot!
Week Three: Successfully Shooting Halter and Conformation Poses
Week Four: The fun part of photographing horses: Action Shots!
Week Five: Everything else!
What Do Past Participants Say About the Course:
"I have enjoyed the course very much and have learned a great deal from it. The readings and assignments have encouraged me to rethink my style of shooting. I am now approaching shoots in a new and better way thanks to the material from this course and feel I have improved as a photographer." Dave Boege
"I would like to say first and foremost how happy I am to have taken this course. I explained in my intro my absolute fear of shooting manually and by week two, after getting to know my gear more, I was actually excited at what I started seeing in not putting everything on auto. I have learned a lot and see things differently now, more creative control of the image you try to portray. I hope that I have succeeded in doing so and I know I will continue to learn. Thanks again Carien for all your inspiration. I would highly recommend anyone to take this course!" Dorothy Puddester
"This course had many eye openers, I was always told I could take good pictures, but I want to take great pictures. I know that my equine photographs have improved and can only get better using all the information you provided us with. Your input was always clear and pushed us to try harder and different areas. Amazing Course"! Catharina van Leeuwenkamp
Course leader: Carien Schippers
During this course she will work with each participant to train their eye and hone their skills at whatever level they may be and help them see how small changes can make a big difference in the quality of their work. Visit her site: www.imagequine.com
Registration Details About the Course
Absolute sign up deadline is July 12th. The course will start July 8th.
Register for this course via PayPal - $169
Important PayPal Notes:
EPNet Refund Policy: No refunds after the first week of the course.