The Equine Photographers Network (EPNet) http://www.equinephotographers.org announces the Annual Spring Equine Photography Workshop is planned for Craig, Colorado for May 3 – May 10, 2020.
This area of Northwest Colorado is known for its remote high desert beauty, abundant wildlife, wild horses and working ranches and cowboys. This region is also home to the Outlaw Trail and stomping grounds of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Imagine a place where the wild west still lives . . . hundreds of horses running with power and freedom, beautiful light and dust, real working cowboys and cowgirls, big open spaces and wood corrals. Beautiful open blue skies and long days to live it and photograph it . . . if this sounds like heaven to you then join us in a special part of western America where the real west is still alive and our photographers have special access to document it with our cameras and share it with a group of like minded photographers and horse lovers. There is no other place or event like it on earth!
This event will offer two days of exclusive access to the Sombrero Ranch horses, cowboys and cowgirls with sessions led by Scott Trees and Carien Schippers. The workshop session will wind up with a Photoshop session with Sherron Sheppard, photo and portfolio reviews and a wrap up slide show party with all our Sombrero friends.
The Sombrero Ranch Workshop will be followed by an extra special photo event. EPNet Members have been invited to photograph the annual Great American Horse Drive hosted by Sombrero Ranch. Photographers will have the chance to shoot this spectacular three day event and have once in a lifetime photo opportunities as over 800 horses are rounded up and driven 60 miles to the home ranch over two days. Transportation and all meals will be included. Professional and amateur photographers, equine or otherwise, able to attend will want to mark their calendars for this great opportunity.
A complete overview of events is available at this link: http://events.equinephotographers.net/col20/
The Equine Photographers Network is an organization of over 400 members who work together to improve their photo and production techniques, business skills and to promote Equine Photography. The workshop is just one of many events held in locations around the United States and online. EPNet workshops typically draw participants from around North America and Europe. Workshop size is always limited so attendees can receive personal attention.
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