The first thing you notice about this gorgous stallion is his long, thick forelock and beautiful coloring. Soon after that you notice how kind and gentle he is, making it easier to fall in love with him. This bay roan stallion has also acquired quite a few titles to add to his list of making him a very popular stallion in the Paint Horse World. As an equine photographer, stallion shoots have become a favorite of mine.
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Another beautiful morning session! Couldn't have asked for a better day for Bailey's session. It was a little cool, but it was a relief from the hot summer-like days we have been having. We did Bailey & Bella's equestrian photoshoot at Prospering Farms in Prosper, Texas, where she boards Bella. Bailey came out ready to go in super cute dress leading Bella. Bella was a grey almost white horse, but was clean & shiney! Having owned and currently owning horses of this color, I know how much work it takes. We started out at the treeline since we had such beautiful morning light. After a couple clothing changes, we moved to the barn door aisle and did some black background portraits. We did some great equine portraits of Bella as well. Always great to have some fine art to hang in your house that is of something you love!
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Olivia's mom contacted me to photograph her daughter, Olivia and Olivia's horse, Alphie. She also wanted some images of Alphie to use as wall art in her home. She has seen some art pieces that she loved, but wanted their horse rather than someone else's horse hanging in their house. I thought that was a wonderful idea. Olivia competes regularly in North Texas Hunter Jumper shows with Alphie. We did her equestrian portraits as well as Alphie's equine photos where he is boarded at KB Ranch in Aubrey Texas.
I did Rachael's portraits with her horses; Merida, Bentley and Willa at her family's farm near Russell Kansas. There farm was in a beautiful part of Kansas and was in a very peaceful location. There was one of coolest barns I have ever seen. A old stone barn converted into a unique rustic show barn. I was greeted by Rachael and her many pug dog, her mom called her the "pug whisperer." She had all three of her horses ready to go as well as getting herself ready. She showed a few locations that she thought would work for photos. A pasture by the side of hill, a tree-lined arena and alfalfa field. It was slightly overcast and all worked perfectly. One of my favorite photos from the session was a candid of Rachael leading 2 of the horses with a handful of tack and several of her pugs tagging along. It summed up her hands on approach and hard work ethic perfectly. Personally I would of tripped over a leadrope or something if I tried to handle all that.