06-10-2010, 10:31 AM
| || |
If you're going to add pictures, make sure you have:
A) Conformation shots.
Pictures that show just a horse's face, half his body, or are fuzzy or far away are worse than useless.
B) Some decent action shots or even a video.
If the animal's trained under saddle, that's what people want to see. If he's not, that's going to significantly lower his price tag.
C) Includes the whole horse in the picture.
Don't crop off his feet, tail, or part of his head. I'm going to want to see the whole horse, especially his feet.
Bad photos are worse than none at all, IMO. It tells me you're sloppy and don't care.