Eventing rider Anna Connor jumps retired racehorse Posey over a ditch at Twin Towers Horse Park during an eventing derby.

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What do I wear at my photoshoot?

What forms of payment do you accept?

I'll provide more specific advice about clothing when we plan your session. In general, I suggest choosing a color palette of 2 or 3 colors (and I'll help you match to your horse[s]). Dressing up always looks great in images, but I also encourage comfort and practicality too. We'll work together to plan your wardrobe based on the weather and your desired photoshoot location.

Payment via credit card can be easily made using my online booking system. I require a 25% non-refundable retainer to secure your desired date, with the remaining session fee due 7 days after your session.

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My horse isn't good at (X). Can you still photograph him/her?

How many photos do I get/do I get the digitals?

My guaranteed minimum--accounting for acts of God, fidgety horses/children, etc--is 5 images per 30 minutes of shooting time. The number of digitals included in your package varies by collection: see my Horse & Rider and Portrait session collections for details.

Yes! That said, a successful equestrian photoshoot requires some basic skills that your horse should be comfortable doing at your desired photoshoot location, including leading and standing next to you, and paying attention to cues. I used to photograph ex-racehorses for the New Vocations Racehorse Adoption program, so I'm used to all sorts of behaviors. Patience and empathy is at the heart of everything I do.