A challenge for all outside photographers: Photography in the rain.
Check out my last snapshot post here of Equestrian Vaulting! I love equine photography, it is the main reason I started this blog way back in 2016, so sharing little Equestrian photography snippets is a little nostalgic to when the blog was horseandsport! Had a very short little shoot with these two after a displayContinue reading “Equestrian Portrait Photoshoot”
Presets for me are a time saver and a wonderful way to keep my style consistent. Especially when a client wants a certain look!
Here are 6 presets I’ve made especially for those Equine shots.
It’s the start of Foal Season. This means cute photos of foals. Stay tuned for all my upcoming albums! Foals are so much fun to take pictures of as they are both energetic and curious. Spending time playing with these youngsters, and taking pictures is a joy. The foals here are all KWPN jumpers, lookingContinue reading “Foal Season”
A little post about the trials and the start of the season with AUE Equestrian Photogtaphy. It is so good to be back in the arena with horses dancing around you. Equine photography has got to be a major passion of mine, and any event has reinforced this. As part of the university, Aberystwyth UniversityContinue reading “AUE Equestrian Photogtaphy”
When I first got a bit more serious about equine and show photography, admittedly I brushed off the idea of photographing sheep and cattle shows. I put this mainly down to my ignorance of not exactly understanding the showing of these animals, and definitely not understanding how one sheep is better than another sheep that looksContinue reading “Sheep In Hand Photography”
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! This time looking at In Hand Show Photography. Another aspect of equine photography that isn’t necessarily something you’d give a second thought to is showing inContinue reading “In Hand Show Photography”
Today I had the privilege of shadowing Storm Equine Photography, a 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 NikonContinue reading “How to Take Great Show Jumping Photographs”
The path to becoming an equine photographer is much like any other niche. To be successful in any area you need to have the three basics: 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 of Equine sports photography.Continue reading “Becoming an Equine Photographer”