Equestrian Photography

April 20, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

If you would like to have a portrait done with your horse/horses or of your horse there are several things to think about.

Firstly have a think about what you are going to do with it once you have had it done - are you wanting your end product to be a framed print in the hall or a large canvas for your lounge wall or a few smaller photos in a frame as a montage, or would you like an album made with the photos?

The next thing to think about is where you would like to have it done, would you like to be in a poppy field or rape seed field, or maybe in the woods with bluebells all around you? Maybe you have a favourite place that you ride out to with your horse - I can meet you wherever you would like to have your photographs taken.

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The next thing to have a think about of course, is what will you wear if you are in the photo with your horse - do you want to do the photo shoot in a flowing dress - your wedding or prom dress, maybe you would like to wear your best riding gear or perhaps a smart pair of boots, jeans and a nice blouse and jacket, the more thought you put into it the better the end result and the happier you will be with your results.

If you have any questions about a photo shoot with your horse or horses and would like to have a chat please just give me a call on 07885472010 and we can discuss different options available etc.

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The field with no electric fences in the background as you can see in the image below is far prettier, even if you just have one side of your field with no electric fencing - maybe it hedges and trees - this could be the area that we use if you are worried that you don't have anywhere else to go.

The last thing to think about when grooming your horse for the photo shoot is what head collar or bridle will you use ? Do you have a favourite or a special one that you use at shows etc ? make sure it's clean and looking fab for the shoot if so as there's nothing worse than a clean horse and a muddy head collar ;-)

We have some fabulous weather here with us now, so if you would like to book in, just give me a shout on 07885472010 or email me [email protected]


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