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This will be Lynne’s eighth year leading wild horse photography workshops and her sixth on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range where she holds a Permit from the BLM Billings Field Office. She has been photographing the Pryor horses since 2004 and is the author of Among Wild Horses: A Portrait of The Pryor Mountain Mustangs available at bookstores, nationwide. Signed copies may be purchased directly from Lynne’s fine art website. If you have a love of horses, a respect for nature and wildlife, and want to learn from a pro how to best photograph wild horses, this workshop is a must do!
Includes educational wild horse presentation, photo instruction in the field as needed, post-processing instruction as needed, lunch and transportation on the days we are up on the mountain. Snacks and drinks provided throughout the workshop. Lodging, other meals, and transportation, except as stated above, are not included. A group workshop rate at the Horseshoe Bend Motel in Lovell, WY to be determined.
(Price is subject to change at discretion of the Motel).
Workshop is limited to four to seven participants. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. A $500.00 nonrefundable deposit is required to hold your space. Balance due 60 days prior to the workshop. Travel insurance is recommended should you need to cancel, or in the event of bad weather. Information about transferring fees to another workshop, if necessary, is included in the registration packet. I suggest you book an extra day to visit the McCullough Peaks Wild Horse Range on your own. It is only 45 minutes from Lovell and an easy range to navigate.
Day One and Day Three will be spent in the Pryor Mountains of Montana in the heart of the wild horse range. On Day Two we will photograph in the Dryhead area of the wild horse range (Wyoming). There will also be time for editing, image review, and some post-processing work.
“If you love horses, especially wild horses; if you are a serious
photographer; and if you think your idea of heaven is spending four days
with like-minded folks, then you really need to consider a wild horse
workshop with Lynne Pomeranz. We spent four glorious days in the Pryor
Mountain Wild Horse Range, and we came to know many of the wild horses by name. Lynne’s passion for wild horses and her tremendous gift as an equine photographer make her an ideal workshop leader. Plus, she is just plain fun to be with!”
Chris Reed, Nebraska
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