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Flat Lay Images for your Business

Flat lay images are a really simple and very versatile way to showcase products and services.   This style of photography is created by placing a number of items on a flat surface and shooting them from above.   Simple in definition and highly effective when done well. I've been using flat lay images in my [...]

How Batching your Image Content Saves You Time!

When I first got a feel for flat lay images and using them within my business I'd randomly grab stuff together to create an image.  Love the image, use the image and then the next day I'd probably do it all over again as I was enjoying the creative process and the nett result. Today, that [...]

Choosing Prints over Digitals

We are fully immersed in the digital age and it's flipping brilliant isn't it!  Stuff, like photos, are at your fingertips 24/7 and we really don't have to think too much about where things are stored either.  The paperless office of the 1990's has taken over aspects of our personal life so that the savvy ones amongst [...]

Style, Skills & Silver Workshop with Hiho Silver – The Result

If you read my recent Blog SSS - Why Me? you'll know I was incredibly nervous about being part of the team due to present at the Style, Skills & Silver Insta style workshop.  The event was hosted by Hiho Silver the equine and country jewellery company I'm so delighted to be a Brand Ambassador for.  Well, the beady eyed [...]

5 Common Questions about Equine Portrait Shoots

When you make the decision to book an equine photo shoot session with you and your equine best friend it's not a decision that you take lightly.  Even once you've done some research and worked out who your chosen photographer ideally is, you are bound to have many questions before you take the next step. So [...]

‘How to’ – Get into Equine Event Photography

Some time ago I was asked about the freelance work I do for equine event photography companies as part of my life as an Equine Photographer. They wanted to know how I'd got into event work, how I approached it together with the Pro's and Con's to potentially doing it themselves. So what is event work? [...]