Looking to view your event photos? Click here What is event photography? Includes such events as awards dinners, Christmas parties, tournaments, association fun days, community, elections, company picnics, games, races, marathons, horse clinics/events, and more. Event Photography:   $300 minimum, $150/hr after the first hour.  Gas money for travel outside of 45 mins from studio. 1 photographer, additional second photographer $100/hour.  Guaranteed dates.  Photos are available on line in a photo gallery. If the event host would like to pre pay for all of the images and have them available for all the participants free of charge this is a great way to market your event and the prices are reasonable.  Horse Clinics: Wendy attends the clinic and sets a bulk clinic price based on the clinic topic and number of days. Photos are uploaded to an online gallery for downloaded after payments is made.  Individual images are not for sale.  Upgrades to include a horse and or rider mini session is available which personalizes the experience even more so. Volunteer Event Photography:   When we are asked to attend and photograph an event without being paid by the host, then it is considered volunteer.  In this case if a paying event or wedding is booked, it will take priority.  Images are put online for the participants to purchase at event pricing and may do so for 6 months following the event.   Details:
  • images are supplied to the organizers for marketing the events.
  • photographers appreciate being offered an event worker package. If vets/judges are offered shade/chair/refreshment then so should the photographer.
  • those attending the event using SLR cameras are asked to follow proper photography etiquette and not shoot the shots the event photographer is shooting and to limit shots to family and close friends. Photographers shooting more that their personal family and friends will be asked to stop or leave the event.  It is up to the event organizers to state that an event photographer has been hired during, and please ask “up and coming” photographers to be respectful. If other pro photographers attend, they are welcome to take photos for their own portfolio, however they are not to do a photo dump on social media or their website soliciting business.
  • if other “photographers” are shooting similar events with the same participants for free and posting images on line for free, it is not a viable job/event for us to attend.
  • shooting events for free is not a “get rich quick scheme” it’s long hot/cold work with many hours of editing and uploading after the event, it is the work of people passionate about photography and should not be taken for granted. All it takes is for one person to start shooting and posting images on facebook and the event photographer has next to nil income for their time and effort, I am appreciative that the events that I continue to shoot are very respectful.
  • Images with “photo proof do not use” are not to be shared on social media.
  • participants who “lift” photos will not be photographed at future events.


I have no hesitation in recommending Wendy Webb as a photographer her portrait of of  young ballerinas in action  on stage highlights her artistic skill in using light and movement in a very original and beautiful way.

Not only does Wendy have an eye for capturing photos of what otherwise would be missed, somehow she seems to be in the right place at the right time. And everyone else gets to be there with her. I’d recommend Wendy for any of your photographer needs.

You captured the true essence of the Madawaska ride. Back to what endurance riding originated from. The love of our horses and the love of our surroundings! One with nature. Thanks so much for capturing this for people who could not attend.