In the dusty fields of Fowler Indiana

April 19th was an interesting day for AgriLife Studios.  We began our day taking beauty shots of boars (no lipstick). If you’ve ever shot photos of livestock you know it’s like shooting photos of kids. As soon as you figure it out, they do something different. Pigs are like hyperactive 2-year-olds. It was a fun challenge, and we got some great stuff for our client, but by the time we showered back out of the facility we were ready to call it a day. Until we saw this awesome Case sprayer running a field on our drive back to the hotel in West Lafayette.

We ran down two different side roads before we found the best spot to catch him up close in a turn. Then we took off down the road, running in parallel with him, matching speed while Shawn shot out the window. Fun stuff. It’s a long drive back to Indy in the morning. Wonder what we’ll shoot tomorrow.

Published by agrilifestudios

Scott is co-onwner with Shawn Nielsen of AgriLife Studios. AgriLife Studios is a premium image solutions provider specifically serving the agribusiness sector. AgriLife Studios offers top-grade stock photography and assignment photography and video services to support agrcultural marketing programs. We specialize in livestock, equine and rural lifestyle images.

2 thoughts on “In the dusty fields of Fowler Indiana

  1. Thanks for your note! We certainly want to be doing more 🙂 We have lots of great stuff from recent trips to Indiana and Iowa, and look forward to sharing ideas and observations from my recent trip to KC for the National NAMA meeting… stay tuned. And thanks for following! 🙂
    ~ Scott

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