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Farm Photography

Our farm photography is a regular feature for Farmer's Weekly NZ, Dairy Farmer Magazine, New Zealand Farm Life Magazine, and an assortment of agricultural publications throughout New Zealand. We are available for private commissions as well.

While we have photographed farms all over the country, we most often cover the Southland and Otago regions.

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Our services include editorial and commercial photography, which includes everything from people, livestock, stud portraits and herds, machinery, product and equipment photography, drone photography, and rural landscapes for property sales or as keepsakes.

We have worked brands including PGG Wrightson Seeds, PGG Wrightson Real Estate, ECOLAB, RB Rural, Agri-Tech Imports, Biofeed, Vet South, Fernvale Genetics, Wilkins Farming, Arden Lodge, and many more well-known farms and brands in the rural sector.

We have worked with sheep, beef, deer, chicken, pigs, horses, and rodeo industries, from paddock to plate, stable to racetrack. We are professional and appreciate the sensitivities regarding farming in the media. You're in safe hands with us.

Our Muckmasters & cameras are ready when you are. Early mornings, late nights, weekend work – we aren’t precious, we’re committed to getting the photographs you need.

Award Winning

In 2021, Nat won the New Zealand Guild of Agricultural Journalists & Communicators Rural Photography Award sponsored by Federated Farmers of New Zealand, for photographs taken for Farmer's Weekly of Megan Whitehead when she set a new women’s world shearing record for clipping 661 sheep in nine hours.

FARM PHOTOGRAPHY PORTFOLIO

FARM VIDEOGRAPHY

What our clients say

"A huge thanks, the bull you videoed sold today for $18,500. We also have sold semen to australia. Think the video helped hugely.

The guy from BIDR was extremely complimentary on your video. We never get interest from Australia. His (bulls) semen is going to a massive stud at Wagga Wagga.

At the moment that’s the highest bull sold down here so far, and our best we have ever sold in our years breeding.'

Fraser Fletcher ~
Glendhu Genetics

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