Photo by Scott Stulberg
The White Horses of the Camargue – Southern France with Scott Stulberg (Travel Workshop)
- April 15, 2022 - April 20, 2022
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
April 15 – 20, 2022
Workshop limit: 7-9 people
Cost: $4,850 (single room supplement $850)
A Note from Scott Stulberg
“I will be leading another amazing workshop to the bottom of France, near Arles, where Van Gogh painted many of his masterpieces. We will be photographing these gorgeous one of a kind all white horses which have been in the country of France for over 5,000 years.
There will be all kinds of shooting including in the marshes, running in the surf of the ocean, through the dirt and dust, stallions bucking, in the grassy fields with slow shutter speeds, silhouettes at sunrise… close ups and much more. Maybe even a baby with it’s mother. I have been here many times for the past 13 years and my guide who is the best in the Camargue, will help me set up the most amazing shoots possible. He and I know the best techniques to capture these beautiful horses in some of my favorite locations. This has always been one of my favorite places on earth to shoot and the Camargue horses are just poetry in motion.
The workshop will be $4,850 & the single room supplement fee to have their own room is $850 at this gorgeous hotel. I have stayed at this hotel before and it is gorgeous and right by a lake in a beautiful location. The workshop includes eight shooting sessions over 5 days, your hotel room near the horses, breakfasts, entrance to the amazing bird & flamingo santuary, a day in Arles, Photoshop instruction at the hotel and picking you up from and returning you to the Marseilles airport.
This is one amazing animal to capture. Photographing these beautiful horses is a once in a lifetime experience and you will learn how to photograph them in many different ways and you will leave with some of your best photographs ever!!!
We will also be photographing in an amazing bird sanctuary where there will many kinds of migratory birds including herons, egrets and thousands of flamingos that fly and feed right next to you. We will also be visiting Arles, France , one of the most mesmerizing towns in all of France. Meandering around Arles is a dream and this is where they shot a major part of the movie, Ronin and the coliseum in the middle of town is just unreal.” – Scott Stulberg
What is included:
Five nights lodging in a gorgeous hotel in the middle of the Camargue, breakfasts, 8 shooting sessions with the horses in the marshes, ocean grassy fields, stallions bucking, silhouettes and more over 5 days, entrance to one of the best bird and flamingo sanctuaries in the world, a day in the beautiful town of Arles, Photoshop instruction in the hotel, pick up and drop off from the airport to our hotel and back.
What is not included:
Flights, lunch and dinner.
Scott Stulberg is a travel and stock photographer who journeys often to distant lands looking for unique photographic opportunities. He is represented by many stock agencies including Getty Images and is a contributing writer for both Shutterbug and EOS magazine. Scott has led photography workshops to many places around the globe, from Burma to Africa to the Galapagos Islands and loves teaching workshops in the US to special places. He also teaches digital photography and Photoshop at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles and the Sedona Arts Center in Sedona, Arizona and has taught at many other schools including the Los Angeles Center of Photography and the Art Wolfe Digital Photography Center in Seattle. Scott and his wife Holly live in beautiful Sedona, Arizona
Scott is the author of Passage to Burma, with 270 pages of photography that capture multiple trips to his favorite country and he is also co-author of The Digital Photographer’s New Guide to Photoshop Plug-Ins. From Time, Newsweek, Microsoft, National Geographic, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, ABC and CNN News to greeting cards, calendars, bill boards and book covers, his images are used internationally. His photographs are in collections all over the world, including on permanent display in the United Nations and the new UCLA Medical Center.