What a Picture Photography operates on location around the United Kingdom to provide equine portraiture services
Equine portrait sessions are normally carried out between Easter and November. They are always available year-round should you require them. Horse and rider portrait sessions are always popular to provide the memories of your relationship with your horse over the years.
Sessions last 1 1/2 to 2 hours generally. Normally sessions are Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Some Saturdays are available. Unless there are two requests close to each other I normally only do one shoot per day. Why not arrange a session with a couple of friends for a day session and help each other out with the horses?
After the session is completed, a viewing appointment is arranged for a viewing for you to select your images and discuss your needs and order your products, this will be either at home or possibly via skype depending on how far apart we are.
Why not head over to the equine portrait sessions page for more information.
2020 sees the return of the Olympic Games. I’m sure many of our equine fans will be watching. For this year in addition to our regular equine sessions why not book one with you and your horse in your competition finery. You work hard to succeed at competitions or exhibitions why not get something to put on your wall and show everyone.
How to contact us
Please use the contact form or our facebook (whatapicturephotography) or instagram (wapphotography) pages to get in touch with any equine portrait queries that you might have. These also show examples of our other sport-related work
There is a mailing list for our occasional missives to let you know about changes or upcoming promotions which may be of interest. You certainly won’t be getting daily spam. We would love you to join us. The sign-up form is also on this page.
What a Picture Photography looks forward to being of service to you at some point in the future.
We have adopted Graphistudio Albums as our premium album provider. We can’t fit all of them into collections so please contact us to discuss your needs.
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Often horses need rehoming for various reasons. Blue Cross has an equine rehoming centre. Why not have a look and see if you can make a donation to help their ongoing work. Blue Cross Staffordshire rehoming centre Their facebook page is HERE