Posts Tagged ‘equine photography’

“Preparing…you’re always preparing? just go?”

Monday, February 21st, 2011

{this is a line from my all-time favorite movie from my childhood: SPACEBALLS} and not advice you should actually follow for your equestrian session with priddysweet. ๐Ÿ˜‰

So then, how DO you prepare? We talk in detail about styling and share ideas for your session long before it is executed. {That is part of the service that priddysweet provides to all clients}. But sometimes we get so wrapped up in what we’re doing for you (the human part of this equation) that we neglect to discuss how to prepare your equine friend.

1) Scout out places on your farm ahead of time. this will stream-line the process and minimize the extra excitement for your horse. Although most horses don’t have a problem touring the farm (the camera and lights don’t add too much in the way of shock for them either after the first 5 minutes), the less time spent on this “disruption of schedule” to your horse, the happier he will be.

2) Bathe, clip and groom horse ahead of time. Your portraits will be on your wall much longer than the time you’d be showing for (more…)

SNEAK PEEK: Katherine and Beamer

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

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…more soon!! :) ps- (don’t tell Teenie that we stopped in the yard on the way across to the schoolie field). ๐Ÿ˜‰

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