You’ve booked your photography session. You’ve even selected your session theme, outfit, and location. Now the only thing left is actually getting your horse prepared for the session! It’s so important to ensure that on the day of your photoshoot you’re not having to run around stressed, trying to figure out which choices to make. Should I bathe my horse? Hoof oil or no hoof oil? Trim mane or not? So many decisions! In this post I will give you all the tips & tricks for getting your horse to look like a million bucks in time for their portrait session.
Päivi and her Finnhorse mare Tiltukka have walked side by side for over a decade. During a end-of-summer sunset session followed by a moonlit campfire at the beach we were able to celebrate their long journey together, creating memories to last a lifetime.
On a beautiful August day, the horses and riders at the oldest civilian riding school of The Netherlands got to enjoy a day of professional photography sessions!
This summer I created black background, Fine Art -style portraits for 35 horses in two days. Read to see some of the results!
Kim & Lady have an exceptional connection and partnership, which I was honored to capture in their Horse & Rider portrait session in The Netherlands.
Leo the Ardennais gelding was photographed in a Fine Art, black background style during my previous trip to Finland. He was the perfect model!
Elina and Mr. Bonds experienced a Horse & Rider portrait session on a sunny winter day in Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland.
There will never be a perfect time for photographs, but take them anyway. Six or sixty years down the line those images of your heart horse will mean the world to you.
Exceptionally handsome Finnhorse stallion Tihin Onni photographed in a beautiful birch forest on a warm summer evening during my July trip to Finland!
Michelle and her KWPN dressage mare Hades were absolutely perfect in this Horse & Rider portrait session!