Whether a horse lover or not we guarantee you will be transfixed photographing this world-renowned and noble breed of Wild White Horse, splashing through the shallow waters of the marsh and beach. When in season, we have the added bonus of being able to photograph the mares and foals and also the Gardians working with the horses in their natural habitat – you won’t be disappointed with the stunning results you can capture on camera. We shoot both early morning dawn and early evening dusk to ensure we don’t miss any part of the spectacular light and different backdrops.
The Camargue is a haven for any lover of nature and the wild. Situated on the coast of Southern France it consists of wonderfully unspoilt wetlands, natural lakes & marshland and exceptional wildlife.
Destined for all levels of photographer from beginners right up to experienced amateurs, Serge runs these workshops in an informal and relaxed manner despite their informative and educational value. Serge participates in every workshop personally to be on hand for one to one advice and to respond to your every need, which is also why we keep the groups small to ensure everyone is guaranteed the maximum benefit.
hi I'm Sasha koulikov the founder of crate away I'm also a professional photographer and here in the marsh near egg Mart I can show you the best way to photograph for fabulous white horses it's a bit of a cloudy day the light is nice and even I've got my camera let's go yep the guardians of the headsman will look after the horses and the Bulls and they are really horsemen will keep up – the camel traditions it's pretty wide out here but it's safe and they are good friends so I've asked them to drive the horses towards me so I can catch their movements these horses are much quicker than they look so it does take practice but that's all part of the fun I'm soon you'll get a hang of it the light underwater fantastic absolutely beautiful you do need a camera with a zoom lens so you can frame as they come close and they will come close so welcome to the Camargue lots of forces lots of noise and still alive