equine photography

Calling All Equine Photographers: Horses In Need Photo Project Seeking Applicants

Each year, the Equine Photographers Network hosts a contest for Horses in Need, which is open to all professional and amateur photographers, reports Horse Channel. Those wishing to participate simply need to choose a horse, an individual or an organization that embodies the theme “horses in need.” Possible topics include adoptable Mustangs, horse rescue organizations, […]

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Scan By Scan, Curators Of Leonard Photography Collection Preserve Racing History

As images come flowing from the rail at Churchill Downs and Pimlico, documenting every move of Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist’s quest for the Triple Crown, a dedicated team in Paris, Ky. is still drowning in images from Triple Crowns past. Kate Lossen isn’t quite sure what her official title is in her capacity with the […]

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Exhibition Of Works By Photographer Katey Barrett To Be Held At Keeneland Library

The Keeneland Library will open an exhibition of works by prominent Southern California equine photographer Katey Barrett – known for her artistry and documentation – on Monday, Sept. 14. Titled Into the Light: The Art and Inspiration of Katey Barrett, the exhibition will feature approximately 40 works that exemplify Barrett’s use of light, film and […]

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Renowned Equine Photographer Trevor Jones Hanging Up Camera

After more than 40 years, internationally recognized racing and stud photographer Trevor Jones is retiring on April 30 but his life’s work is racing on as part of the archive of Racingfotos.com, Britain’s horseracing picture agency. Trevor’s career has taken him worldwide working throughout Britain, Europe, America, Hong Kong and Japan for clients including royalty. […]

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Noted Equine Photographer Joy Gilbert Dies

Well-known equine photographer Joy Gilbert died Monday, Feb. 3, following a lengthy illness. She was 54. Gilbert, who lived in Lexington, Ky., photographed horses at many of the major Thoroughbred farms in the area, including Juddmonte, Lane’s End, and Darley, according to the Blood-Horse. Funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, at Kerr Brothers […]

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Equine photographer Duane Hamamura dies at 57

Press Release Duane Hamamura, for over three decades one of the most prominent equine photographers in the state, died suddenly Saturday evening at home of natural causes. Mr. Hamamura, a lifelong Auburn resident, was 57 years old.  A 1971 graduate of Auburn High School who studied photography at Green River Community College, Hamamura was a longtime […]

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