equine portraits

Diaries Top Tips For Clients 1st April 2020 How To Decide Which Camera To Buy

Photo Courtesy of Equigeniek | FEI European Championships for Ponies 2018 at Bishop Burton “Which Camera Do you Use?” I feel a collective sigh and eye roll every time a photographer hears that question. I’d first like to address that this response is not to be rude. It’s because the phrasing suggests our skill and …

Diaries Photoshoots 10th March 2020 Introducing My New Packages for 2020

New Packages, Same Passion for Quality I’m really excited to launch new photography packages for 2020 that better reflect my values and offer more support to clients when it comes to printing their photos. What I absolutely adore about my job is the opportunity to share my passion for the creative process with other people …

Diaries 17th February 2020 Reconnecting With My Passion For Equine Photography

Losing touch with my “why” I am sure you will hear many creatives and business owners discussing the challenges that arise from turning a passion into a job. Whilst it is definitely incredibly rewarding and freeing to work for yourself in an area that you absolutely love, it can’t be denied that it’s got some …

Diaries Photoshoots Top Tips For Clients 12th June 2019 Points To Consider For Your Summer Equine Photoshoot
There are a few good reasons I get far more bookings for photoshoots in the summer than any other time of year. From better weather conditions to the preference for the lovely sheen in a horses coat. Whilst summer photoshoots can make our lives easier in many ways, there are a few considerations to take into ...
Photoshoots 3rd April 2019 3 Reasons To Book An Equine Bluebell Photoshoot
My favourite aspect of spring is the variety of floral displays and the fleeting photo opportunities they provide. One of the most spectacular blooms to utilise are the seasonal bluebells that carpet our woodlands from mid April to early May. Here are three reasons to jump at the opportunity to book a bluebell shoot for ...
Photoshoots Top Tips For Clients 15th March 2019 A Creative Approach To Stud & Sales Photography
When we think of stud photography or sales images, we often picture just the essential components of conformation and headshots. I try to provide my clients with that little bit more and get them thinking more creatively about their horses and the images they use to advertise them. I think it's really important to photograph ...
Diaries Photoshoots 28th February 2019 Personal Equine Photoshoots That Capture Only Your Horse
Being in front of the camera is definitely not a comfortable place for a lot of people. For those that are cripplingly camera shy you'll be pleased to know that with my personal photoshoots, you don't have to be. My favourite photo sessions to date have been this type of portraiture, finding the spirit in ...
Photoshoots Top Tips For Clients 6th February 2019 Southern Cross Stud Guest Blog Tips For Your Stud Photoshoot
Hello, I’m Jill and together with my husband, Jules, we run Southern Cross Stud in Kent. We had a stud photo shoot with Lotte last spring and had a wonderful day with her. I thought it might be useful for me to share my experience for those of you thinking about booking a shoot in ...
#MoreThanAHorse Diaries Photoshoots 5th January 2019 Equine Portraiture: Finding Beauty In Simplicity with Maisie & Harry in Alkham Valley
My photographic style is undoubtedly influenced by natures beauty and i’m often compelled to incorporate the stunning scenery that mother nature has on offer. However it’s not just the typical picturesque panoramas and well dressed stables that make for a beautiful location. A big factor in how we perceive scenery has an awful lot to ...
Top Tips For Clients 5th June 2018 Top tips for your equine portrait session

You’ve spent hours grooming, preening and making sure everything looks spot on. We walk to our first location you turn to face the camera and wonder “…..what do I do now?” You’re not alone, most people are uncertain how to behave infront of a camera and there is something about having a lens pointed in …