WILD HORSE PHOTOS FOR SALE (click on a photo of interest for buying options)
WILD HORSE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
with Ivana Crone
May 26 - 29, 2023
June 05 - 08, 2023
(scroll to the bottom of images for workshop photos and videos)
Join a 4-day trip tracking these mustang herds into the high desert between the dramatic mountain ranges of Sierra Nevada and White Mountains. Award winning wild horse photographer Ivana Crone is giving a workshop on how to professionally capture the untamed mustang spirit. She will guide you to roam closely amongst the wild horse herds, both on foot and horseback. She will enhance your photography by applying anticipation of wild mustang behavior to proper camera settings and framing prior to shooting. Other advantages of this trip are some remote high destinations accessible exclusively on horseback. The resulting views and images of the wild mustangs set against the towering snowy peaks are truly spectacular. Ivana Crone displays her images in galleries over 3 states and her photo "Little Love Bite" won First Prize at the Alpenglow Gallery Grand Opening, Colorado 2018.
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Questions and inquiries contact Ivana Crone: [email protected]
Booking and payment:
“Operating under permit with the USDA Forest Service through Rock Creek Pack Station’s Special Use Permit on the Inyo National Forest.”
For private photoshoots and day tours contact Ivana Crone: [email protected] (760-914-9004)
Dr. Ivana Crone had worked previously as a freelance writer and photographer on her extensive travels, having published adventure stories spanning Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Alaska and more through publications such as "Cowboys and Indians", "Climbing", "Transworld Snowboarding" and others. She had her first contact with the American mustang 25 years ago when she joined the Lachota Sioux in their yearly round-ups of the wild herds on the Pine Ridge Reservation, she tamed the yearlings and rode the 2 year old foals, with Sam Looking Horse of Manderson by Wounded Knee. These days she captures the wild horses only on film, as they captured her heart. None of her photos are taken with the help of a zoom lense. She walks and lives alongside these herds, often tracking them for days, and while understanding their intricate social structure, she is recognizing and respecting the lead stallions and alpha mares, until they accept her proximity and resume their natural behavior. The result are very intimate close up images of the free spirit, beauty and magic of the wild horse across the dusty high plains of American West mountains, interwoven with stormy skies and dramatic backdrops of snowy peaks.
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