"4 days of intense equine photography"

Rotensol, Germany 29 May-1 June 2020

BLACK FOREST - EQUINE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

This equine photography workshop will combine inspiration and education. I want to invite you to learn from my way of working - starting from my philosophy around how and why and ending with the finished images after editing. It's an intensive 4 day and 3 night program where we will explore the nearby surroundings of the beautiful Black Forest.

Our focus will be around photographing horses in freedom together with nature. We will also include some portraits and explore what there is to do there. We will photograph many different breeds of horses. One of them being from this specific area - the Black Forest horse.

This workshop is limited to 8 spots only in order to keep it intimate and personal. By keeping the numbers of participants down, I can assure personal help and coaching to everyone who wants and needs it.

My main goal when you leave is you being closer to knowing what you want and that you feel inspired enough to start working towards your goal. Inspiration and emotional is really the lead words for these days, and by opening up for that we also get the opportunity to grow in new and different ways. This is for many participants also a great opportunity to learn and develop your equine photography skills so that you can start to create images with higher quality and stronger presence.



Where? Rotensol, Bad Herrenalb, Germany

When? Starts morning May 29th (10AM) and ends afternoon June 1st (3PM)

For who? Amateurs to professional. You should know about your settings and camera. International participant – workshop will be held in english language. German translator is available for those who do not feel 100% comfortable in the English language.

Accommodation? Double rooms in a hotel, single room can be added for extra cost

Meals? Breakfast is included. Lunch and dinner is not included and is payed individually by the participants.. We will eat at restaurants close by or at our hotel. Meals are around 15-20‎€ each.

Additional info? We will travel in the area to different types of locations, and so we will have a couple early mornings and a few late nights in order to catch the best light for us to photograph in.


Learning? First day will start with a theoretical masterclass in which I talk about my experience, way of working and thoughts about equine photography. Second day will start with an editing Masterclass where I show you my way of working in Lightroom and Photoshop with photos taken during the workshops first photo session. I will also show you before & after photos so that you get a good idea of how my creative process for each image look like. Third day will be our time for an editing session - we sit down together and edit our photos and I'm there for support, guidance and questions. On the fourth and last day, everyone have the opportunity to get a portfolio review and a personal coaching talk to sum up the workshop experience for you.

Learning will also be offered during the photo sessions. I will always explain and share my thoughts of the process from posing and working with the horses, location and light in order to achieve the result I want.

Overall I will offer a tailored learning experience based on the requests and wished from the participants.
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PRICE

Total price: 20 000 SEK

Booking deposit is 6000 SEK, non-refundable and holds your spot. Payment via invoice (bank transfer or Paypal).

INCLUDED

- 4 days intensive workshop
- 3 nights of accommodation
- Breakfast at our hotel
- Pick up at train station Karlsruhe
- Travel cost during workshop
- Commercial use for photos
- Theoretical lessons & discussions
- PDF & video material
- Personal coaching

USE OF PHOTOS

All photos taken during this workshop can be used in your portfolio, on your website, social media and also for commercial use. No restrictions.

MAXIMUM NO. PARTICIPANTS: 8

AVAILABLE SPOTS: 7

This workshop requires a minimum of 5 participants

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