Luxus Studios is proud to now offer equine photography in Northamptonshire.
Enjoy a relaxed 2 hour photographic experience in the natural surroundings of your yard.
You can choose from either a private photo shoot or to organise a fun photo day with your friends at the yard and save £25 each.
Collections starting from £250
Typically these sessions take place at your livery yard with the livery yard owners permission. If you have a specific location in mind that you can reach safely with your horse we can absolutely discuss this.
If you have multiple people interested in a portrait sessioin then enjoy the day together and enjoy £25 off your session fee each.
Don't worry! Horses can be extremely cheeky but that is part of the fun of capturing their characters. I also have some tricks up my sleeve to get them to look to the camera. If you are nervouse I recommend asking someone to assist you with an extra pair of hands to wave carrots around!
Imagine that you are going to a show, so you'll probably want to give them a bath and a groom. They don’t need to be plaited up unless that’s what you want in the images. I recommend giving their tack a quick clean and using their bridle or a leather headcollar for the session.
Absolutely! While it is lovely to create beautiful portraits of your horse for you, the absolute best part is capturing the relationship that you have with them. This is something that is often over looked but is so important that its worth dedicating some of the session time to. Make the most of working with a professional that can help you to feel at ease in front of the camera. We will talk through different ideas and any body areas that you may be conscious of so that I can get your best angles for you while eradicating any self conscious feelings. I completely appreciate that it can feel a bit scary but trust me its worth it!
Well we all know that British weather can be questionable at the best of times! If it is set to rain heavily on the day that your session is booked, we will look to reschedule. Typically part of your session is dedicated to getting action shots and if the ground is slippy it is not worth the risk of an injury to your horse.