Snapshots #4: Horsing About Again

It is so good to be back in the arena with horses dancing round you. Equine photography has got to be a major passion of mine, and any event has reinforced this. As part of the university, Aberystwyth University Equestrian, AUE, have two riding teams A and B which compete in dressage and show jumping at home and away at various venues and on various … Continue reading Snapshots #4: Horsing About Again

Photography Tips #3: Handling In Hand Showing

Over the past few days I’ve been running all over, shadowing in photography and working hence the delayed post, but here is another insight into my work with Storm! Another aspect of equine photography that isn’t necessarily something you’d give a second thought to is showing in hand. Not as thrilling to watch as jumping or dressage but equally as skilled and beautiful. The idea … Continue reading Photography Tips #3: Handling In Hand Showing

Photography Tips #2: Capturing the Clear Round

Today I had the privilege of shadowing with Storm Equine Photography, as small business based in Ceredigion specialising in horse photography, and they are very very good at it. From working with them today here are the few things that I took from it all. I was working with their equipment, in this instance, a Nikon D4 paired with a sigma 70-200mm lens. This camera … Continue reading Photography Tips #2: Capturing the Clear Round

Photography Tips #1: Going Equine

To be successful in any areas you need to have the three basics: Understanding Commitment Passion Without these three essentials any plans to work in that sector you might as well throw away. This is especially with my understanding so far with Equine sport photography. Forget all you know about artistic photography. No one wants a rule of thirds framed image of their horse looking … Continue reading Photography Tips #1: Going Equine