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Three photographs by people who work for me


Always on
I'm lucky that I have a little "harem" of photographers ... four young (and all pretty(!)) females ... two of whom are really good equine event photographers. I hate to admit it but Charlotte is *much* better than me and Lizzie is easily on a par at producing good photographs!! Both give me a run for my money - I've out-sold them at some days but they've also out-sold me :) We work with each other and also get paid by my other competing photographers too when we work for them.

During the year they've produced hundreds of images for me and I've sold many of them. Here are three of my favourites. One breaks the rules (no back or bum shots) and that's why I like these girls - they think outside the box.

Dressage Pairs - taken by Charlotte

Love the face contact in this but above all, those horse shoes and legs in synchronisation - do I keep mentioning these legs? :)

Lizzie and Charlotte are childhood friends - this is from Lizzie - rainy and heavily overcast day but what a cracker to produce with such dull and bland light

[Edit] due to mis-counting number of photographs!
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Looking for a cause.
now I like the first ... the symmetry of the horses heads in perfect synch is just great .... just wonder if the youngster was aware of this?


Always on
Thank you's - she's really good, Paul and would be well aware of things like that. She told me she has eight years of experience now. I am beginning to learn to notice and look for different things now especially since I've started riding.