Shoot & Shadow Course
Join Hannah on a Equine Portrait Session to Learn, Shoot and Progress
Next Date: 22nd February 2018
Location: SN8 – Wiltshire
Do you wonder how Hannah runs a photo shoot?
Is your confidence and experience holding you back?
What better way to get hands on experience, than by joining Hannah on a equine portrait session thats set up just for the group.
Follow how she runs through a shoot with creativity and confidence. You will be able to shoot alongside Hannah and ask questions as you go.
There is no minimum requirement on experience or kit needed, however, a positive and keen attitude to learning equine photography is a must. Places are limited on these sessions so register your interest now! Dates are released throughout the year.
Do I need to be an advanced photographer to do this course?
This is a ‘lite’ course that is perfect for anyone who is:
Interetested in taking better images of their horses
Dipping their toe into equine photography
Wants a refresher course on running a successful equine photo shoot
Is thinking about becoming an equine photographer and wants a tester course
You do not have to be an existing photographer to benefit from this course, however, you do need to know the basics of your kit as there won’t be time for individual technical training.
This 3hr course is about walking you through the process that Hannah has found to prove most successful for a equine portrait session. There will be a maximum of 6 delegates per course, to ensure enough time can be spent answering questions.
Step outside your comfort zone and be creative!
If you have a friend or family member that would love to be part of one of these courses, why not purchase this as a gift?
Take a peek into the course…..
This course includes:
- Start 9.30am at the location
- Introduction to Hannah
- Meet with horse and owner
- Walk the location and discuss the backdrops
- Go through outfits and style
- Make a plan of action
- De brief after the shoot has finished
- 15 minutes of Q&A
What kit do I need?
Bring all the camera gear you have (no lighting needed)
- Ideally a wide-angle lens and a zoom lens
- Lots of card space, at least 16GB
- Fully charged batteries and spares
- Wellies or good solid boots
- Warm outdoor clothing
- Pocket notepad and pen (for on location)
- A packet of Polo mints (optional but will make you very popular with the horse)
What will I learn from this course?
How Hannah prepares the client before the shoot starts.
How Hannah picks the locations and outfits.
Using the light and backdrops available at the location to their best.
Posing horse and owner.
You will be able to shoot alongside Hannah and get portfolio images of your own.
You are right for this course if:
You have a keen interest in photographing horses and want to stand out against the crowd. You think you want to expand your business to include equine photography.