When and where do you shoot at your locations?
What to wear during my session?
How I work as your photographer!
When will you receive your photos?
How do I prepare for an equestrian session
I personally scout all my locations that are stunning during sunrise and sunset. In addition, when shooting outdoors... lighting is everything! Therefore, I only photograph early in the mornings and late evenings to capture the warmth and glow that is portrayed in my photos! I not only have sessions on my family farm in Burnet TX, but all my locations have been carefully considered to fit different styles with great lighting, textures and space for memories to be created
Outfit consultations are included in your package! If you need help and have difficulty on what to wear, I can gladly help you with that!
Guidelines for kids: Clothing with texture, color and flow will make the sessions fun (twirling in a field at sunset) and have them love what they wear! Never put them in anything uncomfortable or restrictive because that can make or break your session. Put them in something that allows movement, a little play and fun!
Guidelines for everyone else: Have your clothes compliment you and others coordinating with you. Fill out session with various textures, small prints and or solids. Fabrics that work with light is everything (light, flowy, velvet, lace the list can go on and on)! Reach out to me anytime and I can help you!
I capture everyone as who they are and often the improptu shots are the best ones! My #1 philosophy is "Keeping those special moments from running away". In addition, my method is to make your session as fun as possible. I genuinely love to engage with people, once you are relaxed with me it always gives priceless and candid moments I am able to capture!
All clients will receive their fully edited galleries within 30 days of the shoot. I will usually send a few sneak peeks within the first few days following your session.
This includes photos with your horse, of your horse, and rider photographs.
Horses should be turned out as they would be at a show: hooves painted, whites scrubbed, and coats shiny. Bridles and/or halters should be clean. Manes and tails should be brushed, and depending on the season, fly spray should be applied and kept handy during the shoot. Wear colors that compliment your horse's coloring and feel free to bring multiple outfits!