Book your session
Simply follow the links below to book in and pay your booking fee of £50 (balance is due 7 days prior to your session) Once this is done you will receive a link to my calendar to choose your preferred session date and time
You will receive a questionnaire to fill out ahead of your session, this will ask questions about your pets temperament, their likes and dislikes, and which images from the website are your favorite so we know what to aim for in the session.
The day of the session
This is where the magic happens. Leave all worries and expectations at the door and just enjoy yourself.
The viewing appointment
Held at my home studio in Barleythorpe, Rutland, this is where the much-anticipated image reveal happens. You choose your favorites and then I will walk you through all of your different frame options as you decide how you would most like to display your images, often through a combination of wall art and digital files.
Your images are in
About your Equine Photoshoot
Your Equine Photography session will focus on the relationship between you and your horse. That special bond that only a horse and their owner share.
Before your session we will have a call to discuss what to wear, how to prepare and I will answer any questions you may have. I will send you my prep guide sheet so you have everything written down but of course you can come to me to ask questions at any time in the run up to your photoshoot.
On the day we will begin by taking a walk around, coffee (or tea) in hand and scouting out the best locations for your photos. We will then take a look at the different outfit options and put together a few selections and then we begin!
Equine session fee £325
- 2 -3 hour session within 15 miles of Rutland
- Advice guide on what to wear and how to prepare yourself and your horse for the session
- Up to three outfit changes
- 16 inch framed print of your choice (Exc Fine Art/Acrylic)
“Amanda came to the stables to photograph me with my two horses. The voucher was a birthday gift from my husband and I am so so happy with the outcome of the images. We have two large multi frames all ready to go on the wall. Amanda was a joy to have around and I couldn’t be happier with the service we received.”
What should I wear for the photoshoot?
Once your session is booked you will receive my full guide on what to wear. I like to aim for 2-3 different outfits for your Equine Photoshoot to allow for the most variety, and of course one outfit may work better in one location than another.
As an example;
Option One: Jeans and a nice top with boots, accessories are always great so if you have a hat, scarf or gloves feel free to bring those along.
Option Two: Jeans and a more casual top or jumoer
Option Three: Something smarter, a dress can work well for the ladies, and for the gents perhaps Chinos and a shirt.
Remember these images are going to go on your wall so it is important you feel comfortable in whatever you choose to wear.
Wall art is the finishing touch to any home. Why settle for yawn worthy prints from the internet when you could adorn your walls with your favourite four legged family member?!
Choose from a variety of contemporary, rustic or traditional wall art options. Whether you decide on one single, breath taking piece or a multi image wall gallery, it’s sure to make a statement.
Limited on wall space? You can also opt for an image box that will showcase your beloved images for decades to come.
Digital files are also an option, of course, but I recommend them as a compliment to tangible artwork you can enjoy every day, no scrolling required, or trying to remember where you saved them.
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