I have been photographing horses mainly in Camargue, Wyoming and Beaufort North Carolina. I do plan on adding more locations, but for now, I am pleased to share the beauty of these extremely different locations. While Camargue and Beaufort are warm climates, Wyoming has extreme weather conditions; however, the horses behave the same in all conditions: kind, gentle, and human-like. Camargue horses are only white and are monitored strictly for cross breeding. Wyoming and Beaufort horses are Current herds descendants of those Spanish horses which got reintroduced in the 1500s.
I take pictures of wildlife, but equestrian photography happens to be one of my favorites. It has such an emotional impact on me when I see large 4 feet by 6 feet fine art prints; hung at my art gallery in New York, I feel I have come a whole circle, and when I see the emotions on my client's faces, I think I have served my purpose.
All of our wildlife and equine photography images are printed on Kodak metallic paper; I feel this paper gives just the edge a photograph must have to make it look like real life. We can put the picture on plexiglass without a frame carrying a very modern look, or we can put the image in a frame with glass over it. Either way, the print looks fantastic and provides the feeling of real horses in front of you. Our clients have told us, the emotional impact created by our images in their homes is very energetic and positive.
Please watch our short film on horses.
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