What It’s Like Being a Global Equestrian Photographer

Happy Monday partner,

We’re back with a new edition of The Pegasus Podcast 🎙️🐴.

Morgan Froment is a France-based photographer who’s traveled to the corners of the world to capture equestrian events.

From the nostalgic recounts of the Cannes show jumping scene to his own international endeavors, our journey with Morgan is a vivid exploration of heritage, passion, and the unbridled spirit of the equestrian community.

Our exploration culminates with a panoramic view of the burgeoning equestrian scene in Asia, touching everything from markets striving to build their sporting culture to the significant roles played by former polo elites and royals in elevating the sport.

Navigating the competitive arena of equestrian sports photography, we confront the hurdles and triumphs that come with the digital age. In this episode we discuss:

  • The complexities of securing filming rights at official events.
  • Adapting to the challenges of social media while preserving the integrity of the photography craft.
  • Rights enforcement and the reality of ubiquitous smartphone cameras at events.
  • And more.

Listen to it on SpotifyApple, or any other podcast platform.


Before you listen to this episode, we wanted to let you know that as of February 1st, 2024, we will exclusively publish
The Oxer by Pegasus on LinkedIn. The majority of our subscribers exist on that platform, so it only makes sense to keep it all in one place.

Cheers,

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