Majestic, powerful, and soulful creatures – horses have long captivated the art world. But unlike your household dog, horses do require a different skillset and mentality to photograph. From being very attentive to their movement and lines to properly photographing their large proportions, horse photographers have to take great care of the details.
Join Anabel DFlux for this hands-on workshop as she introduces you to some beautiful horses at Griffith Park, offering you the opportunity to capture some stunning images. Anabel will offer hands-on direction on how to work with horses, tricks to keep their ears up, what kind of gaits equestrians are looking for, and the various unique characteristics of equine photography.
Here is your opportunity to photograph some beautiful equines, learning the ins and outs of equestrian photography; from portraiture to action!
This workshop features the following:
* A two-hour hands-on shoot at Griffith Park in Los Angeles.
* Talented horses will be the models for this all-encompassing workshop, helping you also build an outstanding portfolio.
Saturday, February 3rd: Outdoor Park Shoot at Griffith Park 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
*Address for parking and the meet-up location will be provided upon registration.
Anabel DFlux is a published photographer in Los Angeles, California. From canine sports to exotic animals, to some of the biggest musicians in the world – Anabel’s work doesn’t fall into any specific niche. She believes there are no limits to what you can create, and to photograph everything that gives you that spark of inspiration.Deliquesce-Flux Photography began as a canine portrait service, servicing pet owners in the Los Angeles area at local dog parks and community events. She then swiftly moved into the marvelous world of dog sport photography, going on to currently receive a position photographing for three agility clubs, one scent sport club, and one barn hunt organization. However, throughout her career, she has worked with two dock diving clubs, one herding organization, six agility clubs, one flyball club, and two disc dog clubs. Her work has been featured and used by the American Kennel Club and the United States Dog Agility Association. Anabel has had the honor of photographing both national and international canine champions, as well as their litters. To help in her ability to work so well with dogs, Anabel has taken up agility classes and taken seminars on body language.Anabel DFlux loves to give back to the community, and can frequently be seen donating photography sessions and creating visual content for organizations such as CLEAR Canine Cancer & Lymphoma, East Valley Animal Shelter, Adopt the Arts Foundation, multiple wolf conservation centers, and the Judith A Bassett Canine Conservation & Education Center.Anabel had received an Associate’s Degree in Graphic Design and Visual Communications and a Bachelor’s in Business Marketing with a focus on branding and content marketing.
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