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A Horse Photography Session with Michelle & Sunset

A few days ago I met up with Michelle at her yard for her Cheshire horse photography photoshoot. Michelle and I used to train at the same riding school in Carrington so I knew her a little bit before the shoot. Michelle has found her mare Sunset at the same riding school as my own gelding ! Sunset was mainly used for hacking in company during her time at the riding school.

The session was kept around the yard, Sunset was not easy to photograph as she was mainly interested in eating the grass. However I used different tactics to bring her attention to me (just for a few seconds..long enough to take some pictures) and we did ended up with a large selection of finished images.

We finished just in time as it started to rain.

A couple of weeks later, the images where ready for Michelle ordering session.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”4586″ border_color=”grey” img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”large”][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” interval=”3″ images=”4585,4584,4583,4581″ onclick=”link_image” custom_links_target=”_self”][vc_column_text]During her ordering session, Michelle has opted for a classic and modern black framed image (image below). A large piece to put on her wall so she can see it all the time and bring a little piece of Sunset into her home. She also ordered high resolution images as she wanted to have some smaller prints that she could have in unlimited numbers.

My advice to my clients is that in order to retain the high quality of my work, the best is always to order from me (the framed images or large prints) as I use the best professional lab and framer in the UK. They are only open to professional photographers so unfortunately you would not be able to get the same quality if you were to send your digital images to a lab that the general public can use.

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