Phyllis Burchett | Equine Photographer


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About Phyllis Burchett

As a professional equine photographer, not only have I been in awe of the beautiful creatures I’ve loved all of my life—horses, but I am also captivated by birds, bears, and stunning landscapes across the world. 




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It isn’t where you came from.
It’s where you’re going that counts.
~ Ella Fitzgerald

Resources & Education for Equine Photographers


From annual Equine Photo Tours in Iceland to hosting retreats at working ranches across the United States, I love to share my passion for photography with up-and-coming photographers.


Free Guide to
Equine Photography

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Behind-the-Scenes Blog


 Explore in-depth how-to articles plus enjoy my favorite images taken at recent photography workshops and retreats.

It’s Iceland Baby!

It’s Iceland Baby!

  WoW...another fabulous Iceland Equine Photo Tour is in the books! Every year I think it just can't get any better but the farm at Skalakot delivers in every way, the scenery, the horses, the hospitality and oh my goodness the cuisine! Of course, having a...

2023 Art of the Cowgirl Montana Gathering

2023 Art of the Cowgirl Montana Gathering

I just returned home from a whirlwind trip to Florida and Montana. I headed down to Ocala first where I met Olana Osborn of Olana Films for a one-day Video Workshop. I told myself this time I was going to dedicate myself to working on what I had learned that day, but...

Capturing the Correct Moment of Stride

Capturing the Correct Moment of Stride

Here's a quote I want you to keep in mind today: You never look good trying to make someone else look bad. My major goal when photographing horses is to always do my best to capture images that enhance their conformation.  Capturing just the right shot at the correct...

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