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New Class with Scott Trees Starts November 16th


Photo by Scott Trees


Horses and the People that Love them, the Art of Equine Portraiture

A new class with Webinar, private Facebook group and a Video with Scott Trees


Photo by Scott Trees

How can you take the traditional horse and handler portrait one step further to capture the emotions of the relationship between the horse and their person? International equestrian photographer Scott Trees shares his thinking and philosophy about his photographic commissions with this new 30 minute on demand video and webinar class.

"Photographing horses is not easy, and adding a person to the mix creates another set of challenges. Both horse and person have to look great and hopefully an element of emotional connection comes through. It is not easy to accomplish every time! In this class I share the many variables involved in creating captivating images of horses and the people who love them."

About the class

Scott covers essential factors using examples taken during his own photographic efforts, including:
  • Favorite camera and lens combinations
  • Location considerations
  • Lighting choices
  • Working with a horse and handler
Photo by Scott TreesScott shares numerous insights into his approach to looking for something different when creating his exceptional images that evoke emotion on the part of the viewer.

Join Scott Trees for this two week class exploring the Art of the Equine Portrait.

Starting November 16, this class includes Scott's video, a Zoom Webinar session where Scott will critique participants photos and a private Facebook group for discussion and questions and answers. The Zoom session will be recorded for later viewing. The video can be viewed online or received via digial delivery.

Class Cost:
$49 EPNet Members
$59 Non-Members

Photo by Scott Trees

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The Art of Equine Portraiture with Scott Trees

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