A busy weekend of Equestrian Photography for the team, shooting indoors and outdoors. As a photographer it hurts when they say “great images, you must have a good camera”. Truth is that when it comes to indoors the camera really makes a difference. You can take the best photographers (and we do) but the very best of equipment really helps.
Of course Pony Club riders are seasoned individuals and compete outside at this time of year as well. So a bit of outside Show Jumping Photography was also called for.
Following day a change of venue and a change of disciplines. Some Dressage Photography and Moreton Equestrian Centre. So from the excitement of show jumping to a different form of precision and control.
And then to cap off the weekend a visit to the RAC Saddle Club Bovington. Again a bit different, Arena Cross Country. A challenging Arena XC course takes the horses over a different style of jump.
For us a number of changes of style but at all events a fully professional system providing printing on site. Montages are something that we really enjoy. A good equestrian montage details the story of the day.
When is an equestrian photograph more than just a photograph of a horse? Answer: when it becomes part of an art piece such as one of our Equestrian Art Montages
The more control we have at the image taking stage the easier it is to create your montage. Always great to consider the finished result when doing a rider and horse or stable session, in fact this is not just limited to horses. We could create a fantastic sportrait of just about any sport.
Sportrait – A sporting portrait
If we can create fine art equestrian images, we can also create fine art football sportraits
So for something different, think DorsetPhotoEvent, we cover all sorts of events from Weddings to Equestrian, Prom to Dog Agility and just about any other photographic work you can think of.
To complete our year, we were once more back at Chesford Grange – this time to provide our mobile photographic studio at their New Year’s Eve parties. It was lovely to see, and photograph, so many lovely people!
All of the photos from the evening are now available in our gallery: just click the button below.
As a thank-you to those that bought prints from us on the night, we’ve added a complimentary copy to our Facebook page – so get tagging!
In what is becoming a Christmas Tradition, it was great to be back at the Greyhound Pub in Coventry to photograph Mark Rattray’s Christmas Party.
As usual, it was a musical event that would put the West-End to shame! First off, there was local performer Lee Muldoon who was followed by Mark performing with Paul Barker and Cate Mellor. We were then treated to a performance by the legend that is Linda Nolan – followed by Shane Nolan and his band.
All of the photographs from the evening are now online and can be viewed by clicking the button below. As a thank-you to those that bought prints from us on the night, we’ve added a complimentary copy to our Facebook page – so get tagging!
Our last event before Christmas was our annual pilgrimage to the Stratford Manor Hotel to photograph the Holly Ball. What a lively event it was this year!
As usual, we supplied the Holly Ball with our mobile photographic studio as well as our Big Red Photo booth and both were very popular.
All of the studio photographs can be viewed by clicking the button below. As a thank you to those that bought prints from us on the night, we’ve added a complimentary copy of your prints to our Facebook page – so get tagging!
All that remains is to wish you all a merry Christmas and a prosperous and safe New Year.
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