For this wonderful session, we were given special permission to shoot at the community airport. When this wonderful couple showed up in such wonderful clothing, I knew this was going to be a fun shoot!
I am asked about this quite a bit in email: I do offer training and mentoring/tutoring in the professional portrait photography field. Training webinars, workshops, and in person tutoring are available on my travels.
I am hosting my once-yearly Creativity Workshop with Melody Hood of Inammorata Photography in Las Vegas on November 4-6th.
I also give periodic lectures and webinars on photography technique and post processing/workflow software. These are on-line and scheduled as I find availability.
I also provide in person one-on-one tutoring: from Boston to Brisbane, spots are extremely limited and first come, first served basis.
All photography training, workshops, and tutoring/mentoring can be found separately through Photographers Learning Resource and are intended for intermediate portrait photographers who can achieve manual exposure and consistent focus.
I am not usually given the opportunity to photograph animals – but when asked by fellow Australian photographer Ainslie Bernoth of Wild Spirit Studio, I jumped at the opportunity!
The owner of the Arabian horse stud farm had a gorgeous English riding habit that I simply could not wait to photograph in the later hours of the Australian Winter afternoon. As well, model Charni rose to the occasion as well and created moving portraits of girl and horse.
Simone, the owner of the ranch and her special horses.
And Charni’s images