Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Early evening. I have been photographing white horse pictures in France for about five years or so. On location whenever I get a good photograph I’ll scream and jump in excitement; this keeps the energy positive and we all go home happy as well.
Everyone including the horses in my white horse pictures, were doing what they were supposed to do, but this time I did not have the right energy; I was so down. On location, I was very quiet and also stayed to myself. I was not doing my job well, and the photographs were reflecting on how I felt as a result.
When the horses walked over to me, after their run, I would rub them on their forehead or jaw and make them feel loved. This time I just ignored them. This horse was also persistent and would not walk away. He nudged me with his nose until I rubbed him on his forehead.
When he started the last run, he gave me a look saying “I am doing my job you should do yours.” His gaze made me realize privilege comes with responsibility and I must up my game when taking white horse pictures.
We must do our job first before expecting anything from others.
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This horse was so powerful when he ran I could clearly see he was the alpha male.
The sun was descending over the horizon as I came upon some wild horses grazing on saltwater grass.
Two things could have happened; I could have ended up in the ER or ended up with an image like this one.
A short film about the amazing places we visit to capture white horse pictures.
Conservation: Our WHITE HORSE PICTURES help wildlife
I have learned how poorly our wild horses are treated in Americans. We must take action to help these beautiful animals and also all wildlife. As a fashion photographer, I pay the models. As a wildlife photographer, I can not pay the animals, so to give back, I’ve developed relationships with conservation organizations such as the Wolf Conservation Center, Cana Foundation, and World Animal Protection. A portion of our white horse pictures and also the rest of our black and white animal photography sales is given to one of these organizations for them to do what they do best. When you purchase fine art pictures from Ejaz Khan Earth, you are helping the animals.
Prints come in the following sizes:
- 8” X 12”
- 17.5” X 26.25”
- 23.5” X 35.25”
- 35.5” X 53.25”
- 43.5” X 65.25”
Finishing options include:
- White Frame
- Black Frame