Earlier this year, I wrote a series of blog posts about the Wild White Horses of the Camargue. I will be heading out to the Camargue on Friday to lead our 2018 trip & thought it would be nice to showcase how these majestic steeds look in monochrome.
Always remember that not all light, especially natural light, is created equal in photography. If you take shots when the sun is at its brightest, the excessive lighting will obscure detail & wash out your image. You are more likely to achieve stunning shots in the early morning, late afternoon & on overcast days.
Photograph the Wild White Horses of the Camargue for yourself
You can photograph the Wild White Horses as part of the White Horses of the Camargue Photography Holiday; this trip is a photography holiday of 4 nights duration, that costs £2099 – currently on special offer instead of £2199 & takes place in Montpellier in France, between the dates of 25th – 29th September 2019. It is ideal for photographing the wild horses, the wild stallions & more.
For 2019, Jayne is leading this photography holiday for NaturesLens. The photography holiday is offered on a bed & breakfast only, non-shared basis. Group size for this photography holiday is a minimum of 5 participants & a maximum of 9, plus Jayne. We consider this to be an event with a comfortable level of exertion, if you have any questions about your suitability for this event, please contact us before making a booking enquiry. The photography holiday starts & ends at Montpellier Airport. Transfers between Montpellier Airport & Montpellier are included in the cost of this photography holiday.