Articles Tagged 'Equine Photography'

Six Guest Ranches with Photography Workshops in 2017

Dude Ranch Blog — February 13, 2017
Enlarge your photography skills with beautiful horses, diverse natural settings and expert coaches by combining a dude ranch stay with a unique photography retreat. By Karen Braschayko When it comes to vacations, personal wishes fall on a spectrum. Where some want a pool chaise with a beautiful view, others seek… Read more »

More Great Equestrian Instagram Accounts to Follow

Expert Equestrian Articles — January 30, 2015
Stunning and inspirational equine inspired Instagram Accounts to follow and why we love them. In our first article, 5 Great Equestrian Instagram Accounts to Follow, we highlighted some of our favorite horse inspired "Instagrammers". This second installment reveals more great equestrian photographers and travelers we're following from our own account @Equitrekking. 1.… Read more »

Romanian Lipizzans in the snow at the ‘Sambata de Jos’ stud farm

Equestrian Travel Articles — March 10, 2014
Equine photographer Manuela Stefan shares the story of the stunning Lipizzan horses from the 'Sambata de Jos' stud farm in Romania. I can only think of Romanian heritage with a profound sense of pride. I travel the world but return to my home country whenever I can. There is so… Read more »

Western Lifestyle Photo Journey with Nadine Levin

Equestrian Travel Articles — March 23, 2013
Photographer Nadine Levin shares some of her favorite Western Lifestyle and horse photos from her North American travels. by Nadine Levin When people look at my photography, they automatically assume I must be from the West, when actually, I’m East Coast born and raised, and live a very Western lifestyle… Read more »

Equine Photographer Emily Peak’s Inspiration

Expert Equestrian Articles — February 26, 2013
Horse photographer Emily Peak is "living the dream" photographing horses. She describes her inspiration and shares of her favorite equestrian photos. Since my grandparents and parents were all amateur shutterbugs, it seems as though I always had a hand-me-down camera in my hands. My love of horses has always been… Read more »

Equitrekking’s Holiday Wish List 2012- 10 Great Gift Ideas

Expert Equestrian Articles — November 29, 2012
Would you like a peak at Equitrekking's wish list this holiday season? Check out these great gift ideas for the rider, horse, and horse lover, straight from Equitrekking’s Caroline Maffry's shopping bag! Her ideas may inspire holiday shopping and giving. by Caroline Maffry 1. You may be a seasoned equestrian but if… Read more »

Ranch Horses at Sunset Photos

Dude Ranch Blog — September 3, 2012
Being that it's Labor Day, we thought we'd pay tribute to the contributions that working horses make to our everyday and vacation lives. The image of riding off into the sunset is iconic for many and can be a reality at U.S. dude ranches and on worldwide riding vacations, because of… Read more »

Dream Jobs: Horse Photographer in the English Countryside

Expert Equestrian Articles — January 20, 2012
by Karen Braschayko Sharon Malone spends her days in fields, woodlands and stables photographing gorgeous horses and the people who love them. Here she tells us how she and partner Andy Hopkinson created their equine photography business, The Horse Photographers, in North Yorkshire, England. She also shares touching stories about… Read more »

Meet Your Host - New Mexico Horse Adventures

Meet Your Host — June 2, 2011
Meet Steve Simmons, a New Mexico horsemen, magazine publisher, photographer and your host for New Mexico Horse Adventures.  New Mexico Horse Adventures invites travelers to ride horses in historic and remote New Mexico locations, taking in wild horses, sandy mesas and stunning red and white canyons. Learn more about your host… Read more »

Photographing the Free Roaming Horse

Equestrian Travel Articles — March 24, 2011
Learn about the challenges and rewards of photographing wild horses  by Steve Simmons For years I admired and revered many of the wild horse photos I’d seen in books, magazines, and art galleries. Stallions locked in combat. Herds running at full gallop across the landscape. You all probably know the… Read more »