Ever wonder what professional horse photographers do on a daily basis? Wonder how they run a successful business? How they can capture amazing images?

In this installment of our continuing of the Horse Photography Business: Professional Tips Series learn what several full-time successful professional horse photographers have to say to the following question:   


An all-terrain remote control car. I also have a portable dressing room for wardrobe changes in the field.

– Cara Taylor Swift, Fast Horse Photography, St. Augustine, FL

The remote control car, Changing tent, fly spray, leather halters, a stick horse, and human bug spray! I’m sure plenty of equine photographers have these, but other photographers probably not so much.

– Terri Cage, Terri Cage Photography, Ponder, TX

Well, if you are a horse photographer, you probably always have peppermints at the ready.  But, one thing that I always have handy is pom-poms. Great for getting ears up! 

-Betsy Bird, Ride the Sky Equine Photography, Chattanooga, TN

“A speaker full of whinnies!”

– Jessica Sanders, Jessica Sanders Photography, Pennington, NJ


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Interested in learning more about horse photography? Want to know what professional horse photographers think of the industry? How they create amazing images? What goes into running a successful horse photography businesses? Check out these blog posts:

Horse Photography Business: Professional Tips

Horse Photography Business: Professional Tips 2

Horse Photography Workshops: What you need to Know

Horse Photography Business: Customer Service

Horse Photography Q&A: October

Horse Photography Q&A: December




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