One of my big goals this year is to get back to being serious about my photography. My photography has long been a contemplative practice, connecting me with God. It is also a way for me to help others to see the beauty of God’s creation though my art.
To prepare for some new projects, I decided to upgrade my camera. I’ve been working with an entry level 14MP DLSR from 2007. I’m a firm believer that it’s your eye and your editing skills that make the photo and NOT your camera, BUT I needed something with greater resolutions for print projects.
So… I decided on a Nikon D5600. Continue reading
This month’s Lincoln County Horseman’s Association Show started at 6:00 PM to avoid the heat, which was certainly great for horses and riders. Sadly, since my equipment only allows for day time sports photography, I was only able to shoot for about 2 hours. I also had to run back and forth between three arenas, but it was well worth it. There were a few real gems in the bunch!
I had another great time this weekend taking pictures at the Lincoln County Horseman’s Association’s May show. The gaited classes and reining classes were cancelled due to weather, but here are a few shots from Halter, Trail, and Western classes.
I had a great time photographing the Lincoln County Horseman’s Association April show in Fayetteville, Tennessee Saturday. Here are my favorite shots. The palomino and mule were particularly photogenic!
In going through some old photos, we found some adorable pictures of our girl All Buttoned Up as a foal.
A few headshots of my favorite horses over the last few years.
We love our Appaloosa’s! Featured here are shots of Just Charlie, an Appaloosa gelding owned and trained by Shawna Davenport of Green Valley Horsemanship.