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New eBook for Equestrian Photographers

New eBook for Equestrian Photographers

Photography season is upon us and it’s time to brush up on our skills and learn some new ones before time gets away from us! I get a lot of questions this time of year about how I approach my equestrian photography sessions, so I thought it might be a…

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Photo Tip: How to Make a Sunset Silhouette

Photo Tip: How to Make a Sunset Silhouette

It’s no secret I love silhouettes. My favorites are the ones I can make against the beauty of a colorful sunset! I’ve spent years learning how to use these skies to my advantage, but I thought I would save you the time and just tell you how I do it….

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How I Travel with Camera Gear

How I Travel with Camera Gear

As I write this, I’m flying high above the plains, on my way home from a working trip to Kansas City. This is my second trip in three weeks. I love to travel and fly frequently for both photography and photography instruction, so I thought it might be helpful to…

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The Whole Truth

The Whole Truth

A have a confession to make… (Don’t you love it when people write that? You just know there’s a juicy tidbit coming.) I’m not a perfect photographer. My creative process isn’t always pretty. There’s a lot of work that happens before my images land here in the blog or on…

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The “Wirkshop” & Advice for Photographers

The “Wirkshop” & Advice for Photographers

ABOUT THE “WIRKSHOP” This story begins last spring. A friend of mine was getting married in Kansas City and I didn’t have the date available. I wanted to help her find someone great to photograph her wedding, so I contacted a friend of mine who is an extremely talented wedding…

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Why Composition Matters

Why Composition Matters

As I prepare to teach my online course on Composition through the Equine Photographer’s Network, I wanted to share some of my thoughts on why I believe it is important that photographer’s don’t skip the step of learning and masting basic concepts of composition. What I see in the work…

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