The Equine Photographers Network, your connection to the world of equine photography and top quality equine images, presents a summer filled with online courses as well as an upcoming three- day workshop in November.
For those aspiring to take better horse photographs, internationally known equine photographer Carien Schippers will be teaching The Basics of Equine Photography online. The intensive six- week course will help students take consistently good, usable photos of horses. The course is highly interactive with students sharing their work and learning from each other as well as the individual attention and personal feedback from the instructor. The course will be valuable for students at any level.
EPNet’s online courses allow students to fit classes into their own schedules and are designed to promote personal growth. This course begins June 18th.
Photographers can improve their access to new markets using social media. In Kim Beer’s online course, Social Media for Equine Photographers, students will learn about engagement marketing and how they can take advantage of this environment in today’s market. Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest and others will all be explored and explained so that photographers may utilize them to their advantage. This course will begin on July 7th.
Experienced Photoshop users may be interested in award-winning photographer and Photoshop guru Sherron Sheppard’s online course Creative Photoshop Techniques that Add Impact.
Aimed at intermediate and advanced Photoshop users, this course will help improve their Photoshop skills and make their images more artistic, taking ordinary photographs to the next level. This course starts August 13th.
Are you just getting started with horse photography or are interested in honing your skills? Join globe-trotting horse photographer Scott Trees for a 3 day workshop in Santa Rosa California, November 8 – 11 for Equine Photography 101. This classroom and field workshop is geared to amateur and intermediate photographers and will help them learn the ins and outs of both their gear and photographing horses.
Learn tricks of the trade from a master about exposure and lighting and how to take great photos of horses.
Visit the Equine Photographers Network website for image request forms, photographer portfolios and directory and a wealth of other information for anyone active in the world of horses.