COSTS AND DETAILS

How much will your session cost?

 

Equine photo sessions start from £190.00 and usually last between one and two hours, this includes up to two horses. There is an additional charge of £25.00 per extra horse. Prices for half and full day sessions are available on request.

 

The images are professionally edited (normally between 40-50) and supplied to you digitally in colour (some in black and white) and in high-resolution.  These are yours to keep! We are slightly different to some photographers in that you get to have the high-resolution images with no extra costs.

 

We also offer A4 photobooks expertly put together by us with a selection of images from your session for an extra £65.00.  Please enquire if you would like us to arrange framed prints etc.

 

All the Photo Shoot session fees include a pre-shoot phone consultation to help you prepare you for your Photo Shoot. They also include the first 50 miles* of my travel to a location of your choosing and of course all of those professionally edited high-resolution photos for you to keep.

About your portrait session


We start with a pre-shoot consultation, to find out about you and your horse and what you're looking for from your portrait session.


On the day of your session we like to meet the people and horses whom are going to be photographed, sometimes over a nice cuppa. This makes the session flow better as we'll have chance to talk about what we're going to do together.


Sessions normally start in the stable yard and then we'll go  to nearby places to create more fabulous images together. Or, if you prefer we can go further afield or even to the beach. Some people like to do a couple of bare back photos - this is entirely up to you and of course your horse.

The Session and what to wear?


We will have a pre-session discussion to go through the preparation details including style advice and to find out what kind of images you are looking for from your shoot.


When we arrive, we will look around together for some suitable locations before we start the shoot itself.


It is a good idea to have 2/3 outfits with you and we can look at what will work best to suit the sort if images you would like. If you are unsure what to wear from casual to smart, bring a selection of clothing along and we can decide together what will work best.

Start planning your shoot and get excited!


Perhaps head over to INSTAGRAM for some inspiration and for a more in-dept look at what other people have done and worn and where they have chosen as a location. PINTEREST is a great tool too, collect images which inspire you.