Help with conformation shots of mini.
First of all, I trust everyone had a wonderful and festive Christmas and that 2015 would be a blessed year.
I am not going to bore you with a long story, but feel a little background wouldn't do any harm before I get to my question.
About a month ago my husband started a new job as a farm manager. The owner was until recently still an active farmer, but got diagnosed with cancer. Unfortunately all the treatment took time and she finally realized she needed help on the farm - she appointed my husband. Now he manages the cattle, a Friesian stud, some goats and a mini stud.
My daughter fell in love with the owner's granddaughter's pony - a pretty welsh cross and she's been riding every day. Like I said, the owner neglected the horses a bit - not by any means on purpose but because of the cancer. She just called and said she has a potential buyer for one of the mini stallions and my husband must send some pics.
My question is, what need to be done to get good conformation pics? From what angles? I know he should stand on firm ground and should stand square. Anything else?
I really like this little guy and from my experience (not much I am afraid, but I picked up useful tips) he is a very good example of what a mini stallion should look like.