Equine Photographers with a difference…
Well everyone says that don’t they, but if you are looking for a real, specialist horse photographer that:
- Produces truly unique, beautiful horse images
- Captures the beauty, spirit and soul of your horse
- Will show you a wide variety of images to choose from
- Works with your horses and every ones safety in mind all the time
- Has lifelong experience in handling horses and is supremely confident around them
- Works with you to not only get the best images possible, but what you want from the photo shoot
- Works across the UK and Europe
- Has fair, value for money prices and an excellent choice of display products
… Then get in touch.
“Wow! I’ve never seen equestrian photography like this before – your horse pictures are just amazing. Thank you, thank you, thank you Andy and Sharon for doing so a great job of capturing the spirit of Gilly.” Angela Beard.
Don’t forget to visit our new equine art gallery ‘Equidae’ using the link below in the image. There you will find unique and stunning equine art, all available in collectable limited editions. Fantastic gifts for the horse lover who has everything else!
The true definition of a portrait is to “portray the character, personality and likeness of the subject”. When The Horse Photographers photograph your horse, their aim is a bit higher: to capture the “spirit, soul and character”.
Andy & Sharon – who work together as ‘The Horse Photographers’, read your horses emotions and mood, spending time bonding with your horse, enabling them to capture that inner grace and kindness in their photographs. The safety, integrity and well being of the horse, you, its owner and The Horse Photographers, during one of their horse photography portrait creation sessions is of paramount importance to them – there can be no compromise on this whatsoever.
“I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the extent to which Andy went to photograph Frankie & Johnny. I can honestly say we are thrilled to bits with the photographs. I wish we had found you sooner – when the children were younger with their Shetland ponies. These are the most creative horse portraits I have ever seen. Thank you for creating such beautiful imagery of our children does not seem adequate.”
Mr Rupert Webb
Planning A Horse Photographer Portrait
It is a requirement of any horse photography portrait creation session to have a ‘design consultation’ to ensure The Horse Photographers are properly prepared for. Ideally this should be meeting you and your horse to plan exactly the style and type of equine portraits you are looking for, but it can be done via a combination of phone-calls and emails if there is a distance involved. Be it of your horse on its own, with yourself or your children and family, it’s this time taken planning your equine portrait that helps you achieve the results you want. Should you like your horse photography to be something different, “off the wall” such as previous commissions in an evening gown, this can be discussed during the design consultation process. A make-up artist can be provided at extra cost should she be required.
“The canvas of Mia and Steelie is a real “show stopper”….everyone who visits us comments on it. We have no hesitation in recommending you to our friends.”
Mr & Mrs I R Gregory
Why Choose ‘The Horse Photographers’ For Your Horse Photography?
They say “never work with children and animals”. The Horse Photographers do both during their creative portraits and they do it extremely well. They are perfectionists in everything they do and offer and have a passion about their horse photography that is seldom matched and a skill that is second to none both in portraiture and creative lighting. They listen and hear the Whispers around them – be they from your horse, your child or from you. We believe The Horse Photographers horse photography is rather special, but then Horses are rather special too aren’t they – it is a privilege to have the opportunity to work with them in this way whilst undertaking their horse photography. The Horse Photographers study horse behavior and subscribe to the Monty Roberts approach to communicating, joining with and respecting horses. They do not subscribe to the theory that you need to “show them who is boss” or “dominate” them in any way shape or form.
“We had never considered equestrian photography before until we saw the portraits you created for our friends. We are so glad we found you! Sharon has a natural connection with the horses – you can see straight away how at ease they are with her and Andy – the things you do with a camera are amazing. Thank you once more.”
Mr & Mrs David Shepherd.