Fine Art Equine Photography

Black Background Equine Photographs

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The Process

Step 1


Choose your package and reach out via the contact form below. I will get back to you ASAP! I like to chat with all my clients over the phone or via FaceTime. During this time we will learn a little about one another and your horse. We will discuss what you are looking to get out of your session and I can answer any questions you might have about the session.

Step 2


It's time to make ART! After preparing and planning your location on the set date and time. I will guide you through the session that has been completely tailored to you. I will ensure that you and your horse are comfortable and confident during your entire session.

Step 3

Order Up!

Within 72 hours after your session, I will email you a gallery to review and select from. During this time I can also help you with portraits for your home/ office walls or designing any art forms from your session images. Once you have chosen your favorites, they will be fully retouched and sent over to you within 3 weeks.

What does it cost?


- 20-30 minute session
- You choose 5 Digital Photographs from 20 Proofs
- Private Online Gallery
- 1 Horse/ rider combo
- $100 Print Credit for professional wall art& prints
- Additional images available for purchase



- 45 minutes session
- You choose 10 Digital Photographs from 40 Proofs
- Private Online Gallery
- Additional images available for purchase
- Custom 8x10 (5-10 page) album book
- $200 print credit for professional wall art & prints


Group Packages

Classic Sessions; $300 per horse/ 4+ horses

Signature Sessions; $900 per horse/ 2+ horses

Please inquire for more details

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pick out the pictures?

sure can! After the session, we will have a video call and you will be able to select your favorite images. During this time you will be able to purchase any additional or I can help you select wall art for your home.

What if my horse is black?

Trust me when I say that black horses still look gorgeous on black backgrounds! The best time to photograph a black horse is winter or late spring when your horse has fully shed out.

Can you edit things out?

Battle wounds and cuts will be removed at no extra charge.

What kind of area is required?

Natural light is used to create elegant black background portraits. Typical spots that I generally use are barn doorways, indoor doorways, or a shed row.

- Metal Prints
- Canvas Prints
- Custom Professional Album Books
- Keepsake Photo Boxes
& much more

How to show off your photos!


Please complete the following questionnaire if you are interested in learning more or would like to book.