Of course, I had to take my camera with me, and we took a couple of trips to the heath in the car. Of all the rain we avoided in the saddle, it sure made up for it on these road-trips!
This was a lot of fun to do, and just goes to show what a difference processing can make on the final images you receive from your photographer. It may seem counterintuitive for me to promote the work of my fellow photographers, but we all want our clients to be happy at the end of their journey with us, which always starts with the first step! So there you have it! A push of a button takes a photo, but the photographer makes it!
Hopefully you saw the contents of the canine goodie bag yesterday (if not you can find it here) Today, we bring you the horsey prize details! Here's the full line-up of your treat box that will go out to the winner of the horse photoshoot and bundle. The prizes are rolling in, but I thought … Continue reading The Equine Goodie Bag
Here's the full line-up of your treat box that will go out to the winner of the doggy photoshoot and bundle
If you didn't already see my post with the background on what I'm trying to do, you can find that right here, but in a nutshell I want to brighten up the day of someone who deserves a treat! In fact, I'm actually looking to brighten up the day of two people in November. This Autumn, I'm … Continue reading Win a photoshoot! (and a host of goodies!)
I would like to offer a full equine or canine photoshoot to a deserving individual. You send me your story, and why you believe this person deserves the recognition, and the one that inspires me the most will receive this one-off session.
Toward the end of 2017 I ran a limited promotion for an Awesome Autumn shoot, and Alysia was one of the lovely ladies who contacted me to take part in helping me test out a new part of my customer experience. Unfortunately Skittle came up lame shortly after we started discussing the session, so we … Continue reading Alysia & Skittle, Suffolk
I thought that now would be a good time to share some tips with you on how to choose your photographer for your equine portraits in 2018.
Having grown up and loving everything horse from a very young age, I totally get the pull of fussing over or feeding horses grazing in fields that you are passing. It's a nice thing to do, right? Unfortunately it's not quite as nice as you might think.
Earlier this year, Rio and I had our turn in front of the lens (you can read about that here) - and in return I visited Gemma and Nixon out at Saxmundham to photograph them together. It was an ideal collaboration between us as photographers, because I'd never stopped to have photos taken with Rio, … Continue reading Gemma & Nixon