Join Dawn to experience an afternoon of Equine Photography with beautiful Horses and a couple of pooches too, out in the stunning landscape at the New Forest.
At Horseshoe Bottom, you will be able to cover the Heathers, the Woodland, Sunset shots for both Equine and the dogs too. This will be an opportunity to take stunning images, to learn about the handling of horses to photograph in this setting, and ask any questions about this stunning genre.
Dawn Cotterell, Equine specialist will be leading the day, and will have 4 horses with her (along with some assistants). All being well we will have the following furry friends:
– ‘Poseidon’ – Grey Andalusian Gelding (Heather shot)
– ‘Paddy’ – Dun New Forest Pony Cross Gelding (In front off the yellow bush)
– ‘Sam’ – Piebald Cob Gelding (Long Mane and Tail)
– ‘Swagger’ – Grey Arab Gelding (Champion Competition image)
– ‘Dinky’ – Black cocker spaniel
– ‘Boo’ – Dachshund
^^ What a wonderful lot, and what a fantastic adventure this will be.
Along with Dawn and her Equine pals, you'll be able to meet and photograph Poseidon the Grey Andulan Gelding, Paddy the Dun New Forest Pony Cross Gelding, Sam the Piebald Cob Gelding, Swagger the Grey Arab Gelding, Dinky the Black Cocker Spaniel and Boo the Daschund! What a brilliant crowd!
This experience will be one not-to-miss if Equine is a genre that you love or would like to learn more about, as you'll be able to capture these beautiful creatures in a stunning landscape. There is the opportunity to have a 1-2-1 session with Dawn on post-processing your images for an extra fee. For this there are 2 ticket options; the experience alone, or with the added benefit of the extra (virtual at a time to suit you both) PP training.
For the experience alone: purchase your ticket on this page.
For the experience and the online post-processing skill workshop (1-2-1) please first purchase your ticket and then email email@example.com to arrange this.
Date: August 31, 2021
Start time: 16:30
End time: 20:00
Venue: Horseshoe Bottom, New Forest
Coordinates: 50.8039° N, 1.6288° W