by Karen Brenner
Whether you need photos for your marketing initiatives, website or personal use, Karen can help capture the spirit of your horse! Artistic equine portraits, shots with horse and rider, action shots and confirmation poses are just a few of the options available at a photo session at your farm -
or outside destination of your choice.
Book a photo session today!
Photo Session Options
The photo session can include your choice of any of the following:
head shots, confirmation shots, action shots,
you with your horse, photos of your farm buildings.
If you have additional suggestions, just let us know!
You may select any number of outdoor locations
on your farm for backdrops for the photos.
BASIC SESSION - $300
Photographing 1-3 horses.
(Up to 2 hours of time)
EXTENDED SESSION - $600
Photographing up to 6 horses
(Up to 4 hours of time)
SINGLE SALE AD PHOTO - $50*
Photographing 1 horse
for single confirmation photo for small advertisement.
(Up to 15 minutes of time)
PLUS ROUND TRIP MILEGE - 50¢ per mile.
You will receive a CD with 100-200 digital photos taken at the session.
Karen will touch up the best shots (up to 15)
and provide them as 300 dpi for marketing and personal use
and 72 dpi for web uses.
*For single sale ad photo session just one digital photo
(in 300 dpi and 72 dpi versions) will be emailed to you.
A 50% deposit is required prior to the visit.
If you would like to share the cost of a farm session with friends,
just pick a location and we can all meet there.
Contact Karen at email@example.com
or call 330-263-1023
for more information.
Here are a few examples of Karen's photos of horses:
Browse through hundreds
of Karen's horse photos and paintings
in her online book,
Beautiful Moments in the Lives of Horses.
As an artist, Karen has a passion
capturing beautiful moments in the lives of horses
... and it all starts with photography!
With over 15 years of experience photographing horses
for reference material for her paintings,
Karen has taken tens of thousands of photos of horses.
She is available to visit your farm to photography your horses