I’ve been itching to share this session. I try to blog in chronological order, but I found it very difficult to wait on this one. So why am I so excited? Well, as a photographer, it has taken a long time to develop my technical skills and my ability to see light, location and work with people to pull it all together. I feel like I’m pretty much where I want to be with those things (but still always learning and tweaking), but what I am finally seeing come together is my VISION. I see photos in this session that are so completely who I am as a photographer and the vision I have inside for my equine/human portraiture. I believe I still have a long road ahead of me in this, and I realize that not every session will give me the opportunity to express my vision, but I’m happy to see it in these photos.
Carrie is a sweet girl who loves her dapple grey arabian mare, Powder. We did this session on her family’s farm and really, we couldn’t have had a nice day or nicer setting.
So, I’m pretty crazy about these ones in the trees. 🙂