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post #1 of 1 Old 07-20-2009, 06:49 AM Thread Starter
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Photographing Horses

I wasn't sure whether to post this in the art, pictures section but I wasn't sure quite where so it's here. Anyway, I used to ride regularly when I was a kid, then worked with horses at a riding school, then hunting/cross country livery stables until I was 19. After that riding petered out and after nearly 16 years I'm back riding regularly and loving it apart from the fact that the horse I ride regularly seems to enjoy dragging my leg up against the school wall or fence.
I'm a proffessional photographer and I'd love to combine my passions and be able to photograph horses. It's just difficult finding subjects or people willing to be photographed with their horses to develop the skills and experience to do the subject justice. Is anybody on the forum willing to be photographed or who'd like pictures of their horse? It'd be a good way for me to gain experience and put together a portfolio. In return I could give you some great photographs of you and your horse. I can provide references. Please pm me through the forum. if you're under 16 please discuss this with your parent before contacting me. Best wishes and happy riding.
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