For Women in the Second Half of Life
When Photography Becomes Fine Art
Brenda Weeks Photography
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Brenda Weeks is a South Texas photographer specializing in western, equine and wildlife photography. She grew up on a ranch in the Brush Country of South Texas where her family ranched, raised and showed Quarter Horses, thus developing an early love for the western lifestyle and horses.
With the availability of many different species of wildlife on the ranch, Brenda also developed a love and appreciation for them, fostering her passion of wildlife photography. She has been fortunate to raise and return to the wild many orphaned animals over the years including deer, bobcats, raccoons and foxes.
Brenda began photographing about fifteen years ago while trying to document whitetail deer on their ranch. Photography soon became a passion, and she has since spent countless hours in the brush country searching for wildlife to photograph.
Brenda and her family still live on the ranch, affording her the opportunity to photograph the subjects that are so dear to her. She strives to convey her love of these things through her fine art photography. Brenda currently shoots a Sony a9ll and a Canon 1dx.
Cowboys and Indians Magazine just named one of Brenda's photographs as their Western Category winner in their 2020 photo contest.
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Award-winning photo by Brenda Weeks published in Cowboys & Indians Magazine in 2020.
Lots of patience and time are necessary elements for getting the best shots. Brenda also has a great eye for picture composition, too.
Brenda & husband Corky Weeks, and one of the loves of their lives,