When on set, you need to stay focused and professional in all situations if you want to get the job done right. A cameraman named Greg Harriott raised this to a whole new level. While he was filming an interview with a horse breeder, one of the horses got a little too affectionate and started nibbling on him. However, Greg kept it together and filmed the whole interview. And there’s a video showing was going on behind the scenes, which is sure to put a smile on your face.
What happens when a portrait photographer is asked to photograph a horse
As a photographer, I’m asked to do some strange things sometimes, and I’m always up for the challenge!
I started getting into photography 3 years ago when my wife told me she wanted some good photos of our kids as they were growing up. She got me a Samsung NX500 camera and I fall in love with photography, teaching myself everything I know from watching YouTube videos.
I’ve done weddings, engagements, maternity, newborns, seniors, family’s, kids, products, businesses, and fashion. Most of what I do includes portraits.
I’m always pushing myself to try new things and I love to be challenged. I’ve found that experience is the best way to learn. So when someone asks me to do something I’ve never done before, I jump right in!
Photographing wild horses has left me in peace
Hidden in the mountains of Bosnia there are animals you would never expect, who are surviving along hot summers and freezing winters, fighting bears and wolves to keep their families safe. I started my trip having no idea of what would happen during my stay.
All my expectations were exceeded the moment I had the very first sight of a wild horse. I would have been perfectly fine with just watching the herds all day long. Observing their habits and social structures made me realize how unprejudiced these animals are.
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