‘Every day discovering something brand new,’ the life of a photographer.
Every career has its own charm and excitement. We can never say that a particular line of business is not interesting. However, in the cell phone era the activity that many love doing passionately is photography. Capturing nature, people, and precious moments undoubtedly makes capturing and documenting your life so fun.
If you are a social photographer, I’ve have some absolutely great ideas for you. One of the most underrated coverage is of ranches and cowboys. Here is how you can add a little sparkle and go viral with these amazing cowboy photography hacks.
If given proper attention, cowboy photography has a lot to offer; happiness, rage, style, and vintage touch. With time, photographers realized this fact, and here are some beautiful ideas for cowboy photography.
Make Every Moment Your Moment
A photographer does not wait for the perfect moment; we take a moment and make it perfect. Once you step into the arena, do not limit yourself and wait for “the right moment.” Capture anything you find appealing and aesthetic.
Use the Arena Fence
Fences add a great look to photographs. You can ask the cowboy to sit on the top of the fence and let him hold the horse’s rope. Once this is done, wait for the golden hour to kick in. Trust us, your picture will turn out to be perfect; aesthetic, vintage, and edgy.
Keep it Subtle and Aesthetic
Cowboy arena is a super vintage place. There you can find an aesthetic and attractive thing. Once you are at it, look for something that seems to be edgy and a perfect depiction of the cowboy. Keeping this in mind, you will find unique things that will remind people of just cowboys.
Watch out for Sky and Rearing
Rearing is a rare and highly iconic moment to be captured. Ask the cowboy to let the horse rear. Find the perfect location, preferably right in front of the sun. Once you get the right spot, tell the cowboy to do the honors. Capturing this very perfect moment will boost your photography game from zero to a hundred.
Capture the Cowboys Honor
Wrapping it Up
Hopefully, these suggestions gave you a little idea of how you can nail your cowboy photography. Next time you get a project, make sure you go to a cowboy; that man has a lot to offer.
Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography. Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries: Van Gogh’s Ear Gallery on Whiskey Row in Prescott, AZ and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch. Several images are also available at The Phippen Western Art Museum