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Oct 3, 2016

Linda Finstad is a professional photographer and owner of A Sharper Image Photography in Edmonton, Alberta.

In this episode, Linda tells us how she got into horse show photography and gives her advice for aspiring show photographers.

She also talks about the books she has written, including marketing strategies for horse people trying to gain clients, attendees to clinics, etc. as well as her controversial book “Don’t Shoot the Horses”.

You can find out more about Linda at her two websites, www.thehorsewatcher.com, where you can read more about her books and workshops, and www.asharperimage.photostockplus.com, where you can see her horse show photographs.

A big thanks to our sponsors for this episode of The Horse Show Podcast: Holly Oaks, Darcy Lane, Lynn Whetham of Stepright Capital, and Leg Up Equestrian.