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Includes a 12″ framed print.

Jane Rayner: photographic print hanging in living room

A pre shoot consultation and photoshoot guide on how to style yourself and your horse

An individually designed creative photoshoot with no time limit

Up to four outfit changes

Individual editing of all your final images

In-person private viewing and ordering session with samples of beautifully framed portraits and albums


I have spent a long time sourcing the finest ways of displaying your images so that you don’t have to.

All the materials I use are of the highest possible quality and only available to professional studios.

The frames and sumptuous leather bound albums are hand made in English workshops renowned for their craftsmanship.

Fine art paper and archival quality inks are professional quality and designed to last for generations.

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Horse Photography FAQ

Sometimes part of their charm is their unpredictability isn’t it? Their sudden fear that a log they have walked passed twenty times has now turned into a horse eating monster for example! Or their decision to tow you across the yard because they’ve spotted a hay net!

Honestly, I’ve been around horses a long time and have seen a great many antics. I find that a calm, relaxed, unhurried approach to the shoot is a huge plus. There is no rush to get the perfect pose – if your horse needs to walk a circle first, that’s fine.

Keeping your horse in his usual routine is a very good idea! There is no point expecting him to stand calmly for a photo session if he’s been kept in his box when he would normally be out in the field or be going on a long hack!

Also having an extra pair of hands is a real boon! It helps enormously if someone can shake a bucket of carrots, hold a bridle or a hairbrush.

I will talk to you about all this in greater depth during our pre-shoot consultation. If you have any specific worries we can chat about them then.


I keep a close eye on the weather forecast in the run up to our shoot date.

I will always call you a couple of days before the session anyway and if we think the weather is likely to be too unkind – i.e. heavy rain, high winds – we’ll decide a new date between us.

If it looks like we might have light showers with sunny intervals we may decide to go ahead anyway.

I don’t operate under strict time rules so if we have to wait in the dry for a shower to pass, that’s not a problem. Some of the nicest light is between showers!

It doesn’t matter how many times we postpone, what does matter is that we work in the conditions best suited to producing wonderful images.


Well this is a big part of the fun! I will, of course, send you a Photoshoot Guide, when a date for the shoot has been fixed. There is a whole section giving advice and tips on outfit choices.

The main thing to say is that you have got to feel comfortable and wear something which you will be happy to look at for many years to come. After looking at the guide and chatting to me on the phone, I will advise you to bring plenty of options with you.

On the day of the session, after I have looked around for the best shoot locations, I can help you choose which outfits to wear in the specific places I am going to photograph you.

Please don’t worry if your wardrobe isn’t vast; adding a scarf, a jacket or a gillet over a lovely sweater can give still give plenty of variety. If you do want to don your best cocktail outfit though, that’s fine too!!

Horse Photography FAQ
Horse Photography FAQ
Horse Photography FAQ


Oh this is such a common worry and so easily solved. The first thing to say is I am not solely concentrating on you. This is as much about your horse and the connection you share. I will take shots of you looking at your horse –  not at me, I will take shots of you walking with your horse – not looking at me, I will take shots of you in the stable, in the yard, in a field or at a gate when you’ll be engaging with your horse.

But, before you know it, you will be relaxed and having fun and seeing me with my camera will not concern you one jot! You will be amazed how many clients start out not wanting to be photographed but absolutely love the experience in the end.

It’s also important to say that I don’t bring tons of scary equipment to the shoot. It’s just me and my camera, oh and maybe a few polos for your horse!

Horse Photography FAQ
Horse Photography FAQ
Horse Photography FAQ


During your private viewing of your images you will be able to see examples of different frame sizes and layouts. I can offer plenty of advice on which frames your images would look best in. I also have beautiful sample albums and they are a stunning way of protecting your photographs for generations.

Horse Photography FAQ

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