June 26-29, 2013
(Full) Waiting List only
July 3-6 (limited number of spaces available)
This is Lynne’s seventh year leading wild horse photography workshops and her fifth on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range where she holds a Permit from the BLM Billings Field Office. She 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 this website. Her wild horse photographs are exhibited at Beals & Abbate Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe, NM and Horizon Fine Art Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 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, lunch and transportation only on the days we are on the Montana portion of the horse range. Snacks and drinks provided throughout the workshop. Lodging and other meals are not included. A group workshop rate of $68.00 + tax/nightly is available at the Horseshoe Bend Motel in Lovell, WY. (Price is subject to change at discretion of the Motel)
The first day will begin at 11am at the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center. There will be a slideshow presentation followed by a late afternoon to early evening photo session which will include horses in the Dryhead area of the wild horse range (Wyoming). Two days will be spent in the Pryor Mountains of Montana in the heart of the wild horse range. On the last day we will return to the Dryhead for an early morning shoot, after which there will be time for digital darkroom and discussion. You may choose to return to the Dryhead for late afternoon light on your own. We end the day with a BYO Barbeque under the gazebo at the motel. Schedule is weather permitting and subject to change, so it is best to plan to stay overnight on the 29th, just in case we go up on the mountain that day.
“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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