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• A comprehensive PDF guide to keep
• Real examples... that were actually taken on a phone (and an OLD one at that!)
• The top ten things to improve your photos of your horse: focus; lighting; camera angle & height; background; moving your feet; variety; posing; ears; editing; and putting it all together.
What's included in this guide?
If you've ever wanted to take better photos of your horse, you've come to the right place. Whether you use a smart phone, a point and shoot camera or a DSLR, I’ve made a free guide which can help you out.
I’m extremely privileged to be able to take photos of my own horse on my professional gear whenever I want. So I’ll confess that I don’t always stress over how my photos on my phone look, and I often break at least one of the rules in this guide! But all of the tips within are ones which I use whenever I’m on a photoshoot, with real examples of how they translate to photographing with a phone. I hope you can take them and make something truly magical.
“Lexi's kind, easy going and relaxed approach makes the whole experience seamless.”
Few things make my heart sing like a picture that truly captures the love I have for my horse Arthur. On a bad day, those pictures are my why. Why I keep going. Why I commit to the all-consuming, rollercoaster lifestyle inherent to being an equestrian.
I want to capture those reminders for you. I want to immortalise the things you cherish the most about your horse. That feeling you get when they nicker as you walk to their paddock. That annoying little thing they do which makes you laugh through gritted teeth. That expression they give you which just makes you melt and say “fine you can have your eighteenth carrot of the day”.
I want to capture a look, a moment, a feeling and immortalise that forever.
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