Lynn & Buddy proved to both be terrific equine photography models, both willing to try anything, Buddy almost walking thru an old barn door that dropped off about 4 feet!!! Yikes! We had so much fun shooting pictures, then took a ride around the beautifully groomed Harlinsdale Farm Park trails. I brought Carly & she was a good pacifier grazing just off camera so Buddy wasn’t worried and calling for horse friends. Thank goodness we got these done before the hot humid Summer was here. It’s been a gorgeous Spring this year.
Susan stopped for an overnighter on her way to a horse training clinic & I had to go grab my camera for a quick shoot while the afternoon light was pretty in the field next door. She said she has never had an equine photo session, much less any nice photography with her horses. Certainly not a full on horsey photo session but happy to oblige my good friend with some nice memories! Could you die for either of these adorable/beautiful horses?!
You may remember Scherzo from an earlier post. Libby had me come out to do an equine photo shoot for her & her Shagra Arabian, Scherzo, who is 20 years young. When she contacted me to do a framed 16×20 photo of this image/pose, I mentioned that that particular pic would make a beautiful commissioned art painting (pastel actually) & Libby decided that was indeed what she wanted. After is was delivered she wrote to say, “It’s up – and it’s magical. I am absolutely delighted with the portrait – I know that I will love it forever. I get a good feeling looking at it. Thank you so much!” Libby
I wish I had taken these pix with my Nikon, not my iphone, but they are OK.
…..with pets – dogs and horses are just part of what comes with Morgan family photography! Guess that’s why I love these peeps=)I love this one!!The Matriarch & Patriarch of this glorious family=) I love these photos of the Morgans!!
It’s always a pleasure & loads of fun to go do a photography session that includes a loving family, beautiful horses, an adorable dog, plus perfect weather & light.Love these boys loving their mom!The light we were waiting for popped through & made for a beautiful portrait.Horse photography is my passion & when we were just about done they took off running & I had to grab some shots!! Here are just a few from the equine photographer in me=) This one would make a very cool art piece.
I love the heart created by their positions below=)
Hannah has got to be one of the best sports about getting her equine photography session done in the heat of Summer in Tennessee! We were under the gun because she will be leaving for the UK soon & wanted pictures with her horse, Bozo, before she sets off. While she’s been in the States she has done so well showing Bozo in Western Dressage as well as Ranch Horse events. You can see they have a sweet relationship.Here is the only picture where you can tell how freakin’ hot it was! Still adorable with her rescue pup=)
Getting to photograph Gail & Don with their beautiful horses was super special. They have a gorgeous property which is an equine photographer’s dream. They needed photography of their horse boarding farm, Riders Up, as well as some of them as the owner caretakers, and of course, some with their own sweet horses and mini donkeys! You may also have seen Gail’s business head shots in that section of my website. We made it an afternoon of photography and got tons of super nice images, here are some of my favs of the equine farm photography part…..Who wouldn’t want this sweet couple taking care of their babies?!All 4 feet off the ground! And we had several with that kind of enthusiasm=)
Gail needed some fresh, updated head shots for her training materials and business website – Phone Teacher .We had a relaxed photography session at her home and I couldn’t have asked for a more photogenic business subject. We had fun choosing what to wear and using the beautiful natural light to bring out Gail’s gorgeous hair color near the wood accents of her home, all so earthy.Although I did some “touching up”, I appreciate that Gail prefers not to go overboard on that either. I really don’t like the Photoshopping craze of making everyone look like a dolly with no natural facial features appropriate to our age and life experience.