The story behind my pictures of horses for sale.
Saints-Maries-de-la-Mer, France. I arrived at the bay as the sun also came up. I was walking towards the horses to get closer, I wanted to photograph portraits. All of a sudden, they took off at 100 miles an hour. I still have no idea why. I guess it was meant to be a running image, not a portrait.
Follow the journey and also our wildlife experience on Instagram.com/ejazkhanearth
How my photography helps horse & wildlife conservation
When I started horse photography, I was doing it for fun and pleasure. I traveled to the south of France, North Carolina, and also Wyoming 5 to 8 times a year to take horse pictures. I spent more time understanding the horse’s behavior and also their movements. The more I learned about the horse, the better my photographs got as a result. Then I learned how the wild horses are treated so poorly by us Americans. After acquiring this knowledge, my mission became to help this beautiful animal by donating part of my fine art photography print sales revenue to organizations that work very hard to protect and also conserve horses.
As a FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER, I have always paid my models as a wildlife photographer I can’t pay my subjects directly so I give a part of the sale to one of the Organizations I work with so they can do what they do best in protecting the wildlife I photography. We unite with these foundations and hold several fine art exhibitions in New York City. You can view our upcoming and also past art shows on our EXHIBITION PAGE.