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Autumn and Winter Equine Portrait Session’s that can look amazing!

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Equine Autumn or Winter Photoshoot – crazy hey?

Cold, wet, mud… brrrr! Ok, let’s flip it…

No bathing the horse – fab!
Unclipped look really cute ❤️
And clipped look smart! ⭐

Your clothing can look luxurious and keep you snug. Think of a stunning winter jacket with faux fur, or a beautiful wrap. Browns, creams, greens – gorgeous!

No need to enter muddy fields, if you have a path or bridleway that is available to use. And American-style barns can make an excellent settings for fine artwork. (who cares what the weather does then!)

And yes, you heard right – no bathing required – all is required is a good groom – as stubborn stains can be removed by Photoshop!

A Magical Time!

From a photographer’s perspective, the light can also be lush! Why, because the sun is much more low-angled than in the summer, so the light coverage across a client’s face becomes softer, creamer, and much more flattering.

Sunsets last longer and you have more chance of stunning red sky. While the sky can also become dramatic and moody. Grey clouds become the perfect colour base, to make you and your horse stand out.

Snow looks amazing and helps generate a clean and crisp appearance in the photograph, while trees become sculptural. The landscape can really turn absolutely magical, with frosty mornings and atmospheric mist.

Don’t put off for tomorrow

I feel incredibly honoured when I capture some very special horses and ponies who have been in my clients’ lives for a long time.  I know I’ve done my work well, when my client feels such joy and love when the see the artwork I’ve created for them. A momento of their heart horse, that they’ll love and cherish for a very long time.

If I had a pound for every client who say to me, ‘if only I did this with my first horse! I only have digital images on my phone and the quality is just not good enough.’

Please, if you have a horse or pony in their golden years and you’d love me to capture them for you, now is the time to get in touch.

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