Wild Horse Photography Workshop

May 26 to 29, 2023

A malfunctioning meter system. No sleep. Breathtaking scenery. Magnificent horses. Wonderful people. The BEST guide. Riding alongside a group of running wild horses. A spiritual awakening. Visions. What an amazing workshop! How could you possibly top all that? Looking forward to the next one.” Stacy Duckett, Austin, Texas

Are you ready for high adventure? Do you want to try something new?

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced photographer, join Steve for two full days of wild horse photography in the badlands of Wyoming. Steve is an expert in locating and photographing wild horses and he'll do his best to position you up-front and personal.

May is the best month to photograph wild horses. They will have foaled in April and be coming down from the mountains to forage and find water as the snow melts. The colts will be frisky and not as completely dependent on their mother as they would be in April. And they will be shedding their winter coat. It is also not as hot in May as it will be in mid- to late-June.

We'll start before sunrise and follow the horse's trail until mid-morning. Back to town for lunch and to beat the heat. At about 3 or 4 P.M. we'll head back out and try our luck until just before sunset and make our way back in time for dinner and to edit the day's work. An evening session may be available on Sunday, May 28.

There will be two SUVs for the 8 participants driven by Steve and his assistant, Dan Henderson, retired fire chief and EMT. Seats will be rotated to ensure everyone has a chance at a window seat.

If you love horses and enjoy doing something off the map, then don't miss this opportunity to practice your wild horse photography skills.

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