Posts Tagged ‘Missouri equine photographers’

Robin W’s equine photography session

November 19th, 2012

I recently met Robin and her boyfriend Brian, along with their equine brood, for a portrait session on a crisp fall morning. Here’s a sampling from the morning!

 

I recently met Robin and her boyfriend Brian, along with their equine brood, for a portrait session on a crisp fall morning. Here’s a sampling from the morning!

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Missouri equine photographers

Missouri equine photographers

Missouri equine photographers

Missouri equine photographers

Missouri equine photographers

Missouri equine photographers

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Christy H | equine portrait session

August 14th, 2012

Fellow photographer Christy asked me to do a session with her and her appaloosa gelding, Tonka, and I of COURSE jumped at the chance! Originally this was to be a bit of a bridal session, but Christy’s poor wedding dress suffered a bit of a cat-induced calamity. (thank goodness she’s already married!) We just went […]

 

Fellow photographer Christy asked me to do a session with her and her appaloosa gelding, Tonka, and I of COURSE jumped at the chance! Originally this was to be a bit of a bridal session, but Christy’s poor wedding dress suffered a bit of a cat-induced calamity. (thank goodness she’s already married!) We just went with a good old portrait session, early on a July morning – earrrrrly (before the heat) but you can see just how gorgeous morning light is! Thanks for having me out Christy, and I might just take you up on going riding sometime soon! 🙂

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Michelle S | equine (and canine!) portrait session

October 4th, 2011

Michelle, whom I’ve known through the arabian horse show circuit, contacted me to come do a farm portrait session with her three horses, two dogs, and mother, before she moved everyone to North Carolina – her husband is in the military. I had a lot of fun with this crew out near Bates City, Missouri, […]

 

Michelle, whom I’ve known through the arabian horse show circuit, contacted me to come do a farm portrait session with her three horses, two dogs, and mother, before she moved everyone to North Carolina – her husband is in the military. I had a lot of fun with this crew out near Bates City, Missouri, on an earrrrrrly morning shoot last Wednesday. Hey, the light was worth it, wasn’t it? Michelle, best of luck to you and your family (furry and human!) as you start your new life in North Carolina!

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Clanton Performance Horses farm shoot | equine photography

June 29th, 2010

My wedding business has grown SO rapidly that I’ve found myself moving away from having much of a chance to do any equine work anymore. I got my start shooting horse shows; I had no idea I’d end up where I am (I LOVE it!) and seldom get the chance to go get a ‘horse […]

 

My wedding business has grown SO rapidly that I’ve found myself moving away from having much of a chance to do any equine work anymore. I got my start shooting horse shows; I had no idea I’d end up where I am (I LOVE it!) and seldom get the chance to go get a ‘horse fix’ like I used to. Well, I got one at the Clanton’s farm last week on a VERY VERY hot day. I grew up showing on the arabian horse show circuit so this was right up my alley.

I am looking forward to doing some more farm work and equine portraiture yet this year. In fact, I’ll be headed to St. Louis in a couple of weeks to again shoot the American Hanoverian Society inspections at the St. Louis Equestrian Center.

In the mean time, here are some gorgeous arabian horses in training with the talented young trainer (I’m aging myself….) Alan Clanton.

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Kansas City, Missouri equine photographers

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