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EQUINE

PORTRAITS

EQUINE PORTRAITS

My work celebrates the unique love and friendship that exists between horse and owner.
Through the eyes of a photographer and artist, my work serves to celebrate this special bond, helping cherish memories to last forever.

 

OWNING BEAUTIFUL ARTWORK – STARTS HERE

1.

CONTACT ME

Give me a call or complete my online form and tell me all about your special horse and what type of photography memories you’d like me to capture. We’ll arrange a date and I’ll request a non-refunded booking fee.

2.

THE PHOTOSHOOT

I’ll pop down to your yard or location of choice and we’ll have a fantastic, fun time taking photographs.  Nothing is ever rushed.  For more information about what happens on a photoshoot – download my guide below.

3.

CHOOSING YOUR ARTWORK

The big reveal! We’ll catch up and go through your beautifully edited photographs. We’ll have a chat about your favourites and I’ll recommend how you can show them off to the best, showing you some fabulous frames.

 

What’s Included?

– Pre consultation over the phone or Skype
– Yard visit
– Photo shoot
– 3 beautifully crafted portrait photographs to choose from

– £150 to spend on frames/products

£525

There are additional options to purchase digital photographs and I have lots of fabulous frames to show you.
I’d be excited to show you some of my examples on our shoot together.

WHY CHOOSE EMMA?

Winner – Guild of Photographer’s Image of the Year 2020
Winner – Equine Image of the Year 2020
Honorable Mention – International Chromatic Photography Awards
Runner’s Up – Equine Image of the Year 2019
Founders Cup Finalist 2018 & 2020
Gold Award – Equine, Training Barn 2020.

Award winning Photographer

QUALITY ASSURED

All my wall art is hand crafted in the UK and created to last.

100% SATISFACTION

If you don’t love your wall art, you can return it and I’ll give you a full refund!

KNOWLEDGE

25 yrs + experience photographing horses.

Qualified Status - Guild of Photographers
Equestrian Image of The Year Finalist
Emma Campbell Image of the Year 2020 winner
Equine of the year finalist 2020
Guild of Photographer ambassador

FAQS

Foal fine-art photography
What happens at a photo shoot?

Scottish counrty estate for an equine photoshootPrior to the photo session, I’ll call and chat about what you would like to achieve from the shoot.  Each session usually takes an hour.  But nothing is rushed. When I have the images I need, I go back to the studio to start creating your bespoke portrait.

Why is a portrait photo shoot more expensive?

Each portrait photograph can take up to 10 hours each to create and a lot more time demanding than a standard photo shoot. Due to this added time, my portraits work is more expensive. 

How do I book?

Please complete the contact form below and I’ll be back in touch to discuss my availability. Once this has been confirmed, I’ll ask for a £295 non-refundable booking fee to be made, to secure the booking.

WHAT EXPERIENCE DO YOU HAVE WITH HORSES?

 

I’ve been around horses since the age of eight. First learning my horsemanship skills on an incredible yard called Bowler’s Riding School, based in Freshfield, Merseyside. It’s still an ABRS, BHS approved school, where not only riding and yard skills are taught to an exceptionally high standard, but the place is also a lovely buzz with private liveries, students, the Riding for the Disabled and RDA Carriage Driving groups.

At the age of 14 I was lucky enough to be given a Highland pony ‘Turnin Hill Piper O’Dundee’ and with regular lessons, competed regularly at local riding club and dressage events. At 19, I went on to study at Bishop Burton Agricultural College, East Riding and came away with a 2:1 in BSc (Hons) Equine Business and International Marketing.

At college, I started to photograph some of the main equine events with my film cameras (Pentax K100 and ME Super) and after my first photograph was published in Horse and Hound (Leslie Law and Shear H20), I was hooked. For the next four years I freelanced for the magazine, as well as other dressage publications. At the same time, I worked part time as a riding instructor and yard assistant at Bowler’s Riding School, as well as learning about a new invention called the ‘World Wide Web’ and teaching myself html code!

In 2000, I launched my first equestrian website and a career in web design followed. My passion for dressage has never left me, and in the past decade, I’ve continued to ride (though not as regularly as I’d like!) having lessons from Pat Armfield. In 2019 I purchased my first fell pony, called Lathomdale Louie.

Do you do any other type of Equestrian photography?

Yes, happy to take extra photographs on the day of your shoot. Contact me for more details and to recieve a quote.

Find out more

I’d love to hear from you.