Funny thing, shot rodeo action, portraits and feature stories on cowboys doing their thing for over 18 years from Vegas to Pendleton, never had a need for PRCA card, looking back, should have had one long ago to show respect to the ones who did. The Messenger had provided my credentials for that time so I didn’t see a need to have one. Now… I apply for my own credentials and the first thing they ask is ” do you have a PRCA card. ” So….. playing the game, I have obtained my permit to get a card by showing images for approval, getting letters of endorsement sent and awaiting a arena evaluation, but that’s okay because it’s about the love and passion for the sport as much anything else

This weekend I shoot my first permitted rodeo in Witchita Falls, Texas, these guys are so excited to have me there, in it’s self makes it all worth it!

 









Please follow and like us:
.sfsibeforpstwpr .sfsiplus_norm_row.sfsi_plus_wDivothr .sfsi_plus_wicons, .sfsiaftrpstwpr .sfsiplus_norm_row.sfsi_plus_wDivothr .sfsi_plus_wicons{width: 40px !important;height: 40px !important; margin-left: 5px !important;}

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

The post Pursuit of PRCA appeared first on Texas Vision Photography.

View Post on Original Blog
https://texasphotographyworkshops.com/pursuit-of-prca/