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Travel announcement for December 2021 – I will be traveling to the Tampa area of Florida!

Photograph of a woman wearing a pink dress posed in front of a chestnut horse. They are both standing in front of backlight spanish moss dangling from a tree.

It’s hard to believe we’re just 3 months away from Christmas! Now is the time to start thinking about scheduling your Limited Edition Wreath Sessions – you don’t want to wait until the last minute and risk not having your photos in time for the holidays.

Holiday photos with an equestrian twist. Here’s how you can get ready to shoot your own holiday wreath session.

Equine Assisted Transitions (EAT) is a non-profit equine therapy program based out of Cadiz, Kentucky. They help riders with all levels of physical and mental challenges as well as veterans and active duty service members with PTSD and other injuries related to their service.

Gallery Reveals are part of your experience when booking a photo session with Truluck Photography. Read all about what they encompass in this blog post!

This is a concern that many of my clients bring up during their session planning call. It’s perfectly normal! In this blog, I have some tips on how to potentially prevent your horse from acting up and what we can do if it does end up happening.

How long does a session with Truluck Photography last? There are a few factors in this – the amount of sunlight available, the session package that you choose, and your horse’s behavior.

Size matters when it comes to putting your artwork on your walls. See the differences in print sizes and how I help my clients figure out what works for their homes!

Three days of networking with fellow photographers and some of my favorite photographs from my trip to Wellington, Florida.

Fine Art Sessions (also known as black background sessions) are the perfect way to showcase the beauty of your horse and get some seriously amazing wall art. I absolutely love the creativity that they inspire. There are a few things you should know prior to your Fine Art Session – grooming your horse, getting your horse mentally prepared for the session, cleaning the entryway, enlisting help, and letting stress go.