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I'm Catherine Crane, an Equine and Senior Portrait Photographer based in the Columbia River Gorge. Grab a cup of coffee or glass of wine and enjoy viewing my latest work, browsing resources for photographers & equestrians, and getting a peek into my life! Read more...
I almost forgot to share these photos from our little day trip to Mt Adams in the snow a few weeks ago! We got some snow today which reminded me I hadn’t done a blog post yet. Justin and I were lucky enough to find a couple we love to hang out with (for other […]
Goodbye to a Horse There are absolutely no words to describe the feeling one gets when it’s time to say goodbye to your horse. It is not one I ever want to experience again and I do not wish that experience on anyone. Unfortunately, saying goodbye to our beloved horses is part of this equestrian […]
Top Business Tools for Photographers I thought it would be helpful to share some of my top business tools that I use the most in my photography and editing business. These are in no particular order, just things I definitely cannot run my business without and definitely make being a solopreneur a little easier! (Some […]
2017 was a huge year for us. We sold our first home in Virginia, moved across the country to Washington, had lots of visitors in our new home and met some great new people! I always love looking back at the year and reviewing all of our ups, downs and blessings. This year started out […]
Since this is our first year in Washington and we haven’t sent out Christmas cards in a few years, I knew we had to get some photos in the snow to send back to Virginia! When our friends Chris & Mandy came up to visit us last month we planned a little trip to Mt […]
On my last trip to Virginia in November my cousin Strad was on the list for senior pictures. Strad’s senior session was supposed to be on the oceanfront at 65th street in Virginia Beach…but the weather had other plans for us. When the whole day was a wash out with no other options to reschedule, we decided […]
Sydney and Little Man were my very last equestrian session in Virginia before I moved to Washington state! Their session was so much fun, especially since they have such a sweet, one-of-a-kind bond. I love how much fun they have together whether it’s trail riding, hanging out around the barn or relaxing after a ride […]
For anyone still Christmas shopping, I thought it would be fun to do a post with some gift ideas for horse lovers! Here are some cool things I found for the equestrian on your list. Plus all of them except one are under $25! 1.Horse Wine Bottle Holder How cute is this wine bottle […]
I’ve gotten so many requests for pictures of our house so I decided I would do a blog post to share photos of our new home in White Salmon, Washington! I was a little nervous about how our coastal farmhouse style would mesh with this super modern house, but I think it turned out well! […]
I’m still catching up on blogging sessions from earlier this year in Virginia! I know, I know…I’m slacking…but I’m almost caught up! Finally, Reilly & Jack make their debut on the blog. These two are such a cute pair! Reilly reminded me of myself when I was younger when horses were my whole world (…not […]
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