Learn how to get fab photographs of your horse!


Charlotte Dujardin competing at Liverpool International Horse Show

“I want to start giving something back and this year I’m committed to sharing my photography skills. I’ve been photographying horses for over 30 years and part of that journey has seen me capture some of the world’s elite in competition.  Along that way, I’ve been fortunate to have met some incredible photographers who’ve taught me so much. I feel it’s important time to share. Each month I’ll be adding to this page with some of my top tips.”

Emma x


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Lake District fell Ponies

1. Working with light

How do you get the best out of any photograph before even pressing the click?  All photographs would agree that assessing the light first before you snap, is the key to a great photo.

North Lakes Fell Ponies

2. Composition

Where you position your subject in your picture can make an ok photograph, to a great one! Photographers call this composition.

Here are 5 top composition tips to help you with your equine photography.

– More guides to follow soon –

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I offer 1 to 1 training which can be done remotely via Zoom or Skype.

Ideal if you’re wanting to improve the photographs you take of your horse, or your thinking about turning professional.  An 45 minute session tailoured to suit your needs. For more information, please contact me below or visit here.