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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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More Photos from Cavalia

More Photos from Cavalia

Part one of this post was shared on Tuesday I’m a dreamer. I often have very vivid, memorable dreams as I lay my head on my pillow at night. Each time I photographed the show, I had a similar dream about running free with horses. My heart was alive and…

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Cavalia in Minneapolis!

Cavalia in Minneapolis!

Yesterday was a CRAZY day! I woke up and went through my morning routine like usual. I put my hair up in a pony tail, dressed in “I don’t have to go anywhere today” clothes and sat at my desk to start getting caught up on photo editing. Then I…

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Lance and Katie, Love and Horses

Lance and Katie, Love and Horses

Sometimes, all the elements seem to align for a memorable session – perfect (and I mean PERFECT) weather, beautiful light, gorgeous location, a couple in love and two sweet, calm horses. Lance and Katie are so easy to be around. They are laid-back, authentic people whose relationship with each other…

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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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