Equine Photography in Portugal
April 29 to May 7, 2018 – FULL – Waitlist only
One of my most popular workshops, this is a photographic adventure into the rich cultural heritage of Portugal, a country whose deep and profound relationship with their horses dates back to medieval times. The Portuguese are well known for their beautiful and revered Lusitano horses that they have bred and developed for centuries, not just for their appearance, but for their athleticism, their intellect and nature, and their willingness and desire to bond with a human. We are only offering one workshop in Portugal for 2018, and it will probably fill up very quickly.
One of the things we have loved about previous years’ workshops is the number of purebred stallions that we had the opportunity to work with. These horses are not only beautiful, they are powerful, and embody the pure spirit of the horse like no other.
During our week together, we will spend time at some of the best known breeders and trainers in Portugal, and I really feel privileged that so many have invited us back.
This is a 7-day, 8-night workshop that includes private accommodations in a very nice hotel, breakfast, transportation to and from the airport, plus transportation to all the different locations throughout the week. All you have to do is arrive in Portugal, and we will take care of everything once you arrive. Emphasis is on being creative and playful, and having fun, as we have found this approach to be much more effective than “classroom style” learning. Tony will share, in his own down-to-earth way, his 30+ years of experience during the shoots, and will cover the many elements involved in photographing horses.
Participants will all stay together. There will also be time to explore the local area and get a taste of the Portuguese culture.
This has been a very popular workshop the last five years, and it fills up fast, so you need to sign up quickly if you want to participate!!
Cost is $3800 per person. Limited to 12 participants.
Non-refundable deposit is $1800