"Award winning equine photographers Tony Stromberg and Kimerlee Curyl invite you to join them for a 5-day equine photography workshop that will be taught at Return to Freedom in southern California, the highly acclaimed American Wild Horse Sanctuary that is home to over 200 rare and beautiful mustangs from all over the US. The mustangs are segregated to help preserve their unique and rare bloodlines, but are also allowed to live their lives in their natural “family” communities, roaming free as they would in their natural habitat.
The workshop is held when the landscape is full of color and richness, and life is celebrated with the arrival of new foals. Included in the workshop will be a “wild horse walking adventure”, this is devoted to teaching participants about wild horse behavior and how to move about and integrate into their special world. RTF Founder and renowned wild horse behaviorist, Neda DeMayo will offer an entire day, and at various times during the week, in-depth journeys into the herds as well as insight into herd societies, communication and how movement is perceived. The workshop will also teach the importance of developing a relationship with the horses, with emphasis in “co-creation” as it relates to the authorship of a finished image..."