Mayes County Fair 2015 - The Details!

August 24, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

     I don’t know who’s more excited about the Mayes County Fair, me, exhibitors or parents.   

     I know first-hand how much work and dedication is involved in preparing for the fair. I spent eight straight years walking, feeding and working with my calves, the work culminating to see the results of that hard work each year at the fair. And this year, my kiddo joins the ranks of the exhibitors, so I'm officially a 4-H mom!

 

     This year I get to be the official photographer, for the second year. I’ve worked out details and hope to be as organized as possible during the fair. I want to help parents and exhibitors capture those memories. Hopefully these details will help out.

 

     I will be there each day during the fair, starting with the timed events for horses and mules on Friday, September 4th and for the halter show on Saturday, September 5th. I’ll also be out at the fairgrounds Thursday afternoon, all day Friday through Sunday and much of the day Monday (September 10-14) for the events.

 

     I’ll be taking photos of the action in the show ring along with all photos of premium sale qualifiers after each class/species on the backdrop set up. You’ll see me running back and forth a lot. I’ll be uploading each show as quickly as possible online, hopefully avoiding any issues the same evening of the events.

 

      As premium sale qualifiers are chosen, I will take those photos on the backdrop.  It is important that if you qualify, please head as quickly and efficiently as possible to the area set up with the backdrop to get your photos taken.

 

 

 

     Many exhibitors will qualify for more than one animal, but can only sell one in the premium sale. 

 

      Parents can purchase as many images of their exhibitors as they want. 

 

      I’ve organized the folders online to make it as easy as possible to find your exhibitors. If you’ll visit www.kristytroyerphotography.com/2015_mayescountyfair you’ll see folders for each species and I’ve broken down each species and much as possible. Again, I’ll be getting those images uploaded and online as quickly as possible. Here’s a step by step blog on how to purchase those images online http://www.kristytroyerphotography.com/blog/2014/8/how-much-how-do-you-order. 

 

 

     If you have any questions, please contact me.

 

 *Kristy Troyer Photography retains all copyrights of any and all digital files. Images may be altered ONLY to crop for print size. Images are for personal use only and may not be used for any other purpose including but not limited to contest submissions without express written permission of Kristy Troyer Photography. 

 

 

 


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