Rachel and her horse Jack having a momentRachel and her horse Jack having a momentRachel and her senior horse Jack having a smooch together!
 
 
 
Are you comfortable having your photograph taken?

I get it. I hate having my picture taken. That's why I hide on the other side of the camera! I've developed a way of working with people who are nervous though. It's called "Don't look at the camera." No really! I'll just ask you to talk to your pet, and I'll try and make you laugh, so I can get natural smiles instead of fake uncomfortable ones! I can use this method to capture special moments and connections between you. Before you know it, I've got the shot. 

Of course, if you decide NOT to be in your pictures, that's fine too, it's totally up to you. Although sometimes it's worth it to just try and get one pose together. If you don't like it, I can delete it and it can never see the light of day again, but you never know, you might love it...
 
 
 
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Lynne and her horse FenLynne and her horse FenOwner Lynne and Irish Draught Fen spending time together.

 

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The most common questions I get asked. Click to see my answers!
My pet isn't photogenic.
My pet isn't well behaved!
My stable yard/garden isn't pretty!
I don't feel comfortable having my photo taken.
I have no idea what size pictures I want?
What is the difference between canvas and acrylic?
Contact me now to ask any questions, or to book your session.