Melissa Farlow featured on PhotoShelter

Melissa Farlow with ISPMB Mustangs
Melissa Farlow with ISPMB Mustangs

The February 2009 issue of National Geographic featured my bio photograph of Melissa Farlow, whom I’d met in 2007 while photographing Mustangs at the ISPMB. We’ve kept in touch and hope to meet again. Recently, PhotoShelter featured her as one of their stable of artists and the image was published again, this time on their website. Melissa, like me, would much rather be behind the camera than in front of it and so I am delighted that she likes this photograph of herself so much. Sometime when I’m out with the horses I’m hoping someone gets a new, wonderful image of me that I like as well as she likes this one. Every photographer needs a photographer!

About Lori Faith

Lori Faith Merritt of Photography By Faith utilizes the Art of Connection to specialize in equine and cultural images that transcend the ordinary.
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3 Responses to Melissa Farlow featured on PhotoShelter

  1. Maureen says:

    I love this photo Lori neat that you are getting all this recognition!

  2. Karen McLain says:

    Hey Lori, I’m not a photographer like you are, but I would be happy to come down and take some pics of you and the horses! (seriously!) I don’t know an F-stop from a truck stop, but I do know what I want to see through the lens. I really like this shot!

  3. Connie says:

    Wonderful to see you getting your images published in multiple sites/publications!
    You certainly deserve this recognition, your photos are insightful and creative!!

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