Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Everafter Images Day One: Horses and Sunsets

Although I have titled this post 'day one', it is certainly by far not the first day of my photography journey. Nonetheless, it is day one of opening this blog to share images and posts along the way about my personal photos, latest photo sessions, weddings, mistakes, tips and tricks, and also what's coming up! If you love photography and deals, I'm hoping you'll hit the share buttons below, bookmark this page, and come back often!

I will be honest ~ I am not sure where this blog will lead, but I have so many ideas swirling around in my head that it is truly hard telling!

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In the meantime, here are a few of my latest images.

Meet Brady...

This photo session wasn't a typical photo session. I had went with the intent of shooting some images as a prelude to a full session in a couple of weeks. I just wanted to get some shots here and there because the area was so massive. Brady's aunt wanted to get some images of him with his horse that he worked so hard that summer to get. It began in the spring when Brady decided to sell produce to pay for his own horse and saddle. He set out to start his garden, grow his fruits and veggies and see what came of it.

To everyone's surprise, he made more than enough money to buy his horse and saddle. It was a long hard, hot summertime that made the old saying 'hard work pays off' a reality for him.

At the end of the day, I ended up with several images his aunt loved!! Here are a few of them. We also got one awesome silhouette of him on his horse too, but I am saving that for a later post about 'How to shoot silhouettes'.

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Getting saddle and bridle on! 

In this image, we were climbing a dirt/rock road up a huge hill and came across this perfect spot to catch some sun rays coming in camera right. It was beautiful!

It took a couple of hours, but we finally made it to the top of the hill. Here is one of the sunset images we got! This was one of our favorites and it was even an accident I captured it! That is why it pays to always have your camera out shooting! You never know when you are going to end up with a gem like this one! 

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 Good luck on your journey!

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