Semi-nude on a horse photography workshop
This time we are going to do something unbelievable
You have never done this before: you will be working with an amazing model who will be posing semi-nude on a horse.
This is an unique chance to extend your portfolio with unusual stunning pictures, that are bound to attract attention.
Take advantage of this opportunity to create your own extraordinary images, and don’t forget to let us know in advance if you have creative ideas you’d like to realize (composition, pose, lighting, etc.).
- You will be taken through various lighting setups, easy set builds, posing advice and compositions
- You will be guided every step of the way by a professional photographer, former photo editor of a Lifestyle magazine
Date: Saturday, June 8
Transportation: the place is 15 minutes drive from Montreal.
If you do not have a car, let us know. We will be organizing transportation from/to Lionel-Groulx metro station.
We visited the farm with our model Phylactere and choose a beautiful horse. Please, check the attached pictures with the model, the horse and the place to have an idea what to expect. If you have your ideas how you would like to shoot, we will be happy to provide you with everything you need.
12:00 – 14:00 – Session #1: 6 persons.
14:15 – 16:15 – Session #2: 6 persons.
16:45 – 17:45 – Session #3: 3 persons.
Model: Phylactere Modele
As this is an expensive project, we reserve the right to cancel the workshop if we do not have the minimum number of bookings. If this is the case, we will issue full refunds.
We will shoot outside with natural light. We provide speedlight and reflectors. Please, let us know in advance if you need speedlight.
Small tips to the model are not mandatory, but welcome.
Copyrights: You can use your photos for non-commercial purposes(portfolio, online publishing, etc.). For commercial use you will have to sign a contract with the model.
Registration: Places are limited: online registration is mandatory.
Requirements: DSLR camera. A flash and/or reflector would be nice, but are not mandatory.