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Merlin on Flickr.

Merlin on Flickr.

theruby-redmare said: What camera and lens do you use for action shots?

Most of photos on here were taken with a Canon 550D with either a Canon EFS 55-250mm IS lens or a Canon EF 70-200mm 2.8 L lens, all of which are good for action shots providing they’re on the correct settings. Although from now on the majority of my photos will be taken with a Canon 7D with the 70-200mm lens stated above.

Anonymous said: Hey I was wondering how you get started in equine photography, what cameras you use, what the best settings for the camera were, and how you learned to do the photo effects. I love my horse and want to take some nice pictures of her but I don't have any equine photographers nearby.

I started out just constantly taking photos of my friends and their horses with a little digital compact camera, and then when I finished secondary school I took photography at college for a year and bought myself a mid-range SLR and went on from there. The camera I bought was a Canon 550D and has been a good camera to get myself used to all the settings, and the lens I used most was a Canon EFS 55-250mm IS lens which did the job. I also started going to lots of small local shows. I now basically only use the manual setting on my camera, and I learnt how to use all the settings while I was at college, but I’m sure there are lots of helpful tutorial videos on YouTube. I also learnt all the simple editing techniques for Photoshop while I was at college, then figured out the rest myself, but again there are lots of tutorial videos on YouTube on how to use Photoshop. Hope this helped and sorry for the delay in answering!

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

Merlin on Flickr.

Merlin on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

Merlin on Flickr.

Merlin on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

Emma & Strider on Flickr.

theruby-redmare said: What camera and lens do you use for action shots?

Most of photos on here were taken with a Canon 550D with either a Canon EFS 55-250mm IS lens or a Canon EF 70-200mm 2.8 L lens, all of which are good for action shots providing they’re on the correct settings. Although from now on the majority of my photos will be taken with a Canon 7D with the 70-200mm lens stated above.

Anonymous said: Hey I was wondering how you get started in equine photography, what cameras you use, what the best settings for the camera were, and how you learned to do the photo effects. I love my horse and want to take some nice pictures of her but I don't have any equine photographers nearby.

I started out just constantly taking photos of my friends and their horses with a little digital compact camera, and then when I finished secondary school I took photography at college for a year and bought myself a mid-range SLR and went on from there. The camera I bought was a Canon 550D and has been a good camera to get myself used to all the settings, and the lens I used most was a Canon EFS 55-250mm IS lens which did the job. I also started going to lots of small local shows. I now basically only use the manual setting on my camera, and I learnt how to use all the settings while I was at college, but I’m sure there are lots of helpful tutorial videos on YouTube. I also learnt all the simple editing techniques for Photoshop while I was at college, then figured out the rest myself, but again there are lots of tutorial videos on YouTube on how to use Photoshop. Hope this helped and sorry for the delay in answering!

Details on Flickr.

Details on Flickr.

Details on Flickr.

Details on Flickr.

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

Miscellaneous on Flickr.

JJ on Flickr.

JJ on Flickr.

Equine on Flickr.

Equine on Flickr.

Paddy on Flickr.

Paddy on Flickr.

Barbara  & Ronnie on Flickr.

Barbara & Ronnie on Flickr.

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Amy, 18, and I'm a freelance photographer specialising in Equine photography. On this blog I'll be posting photos I have taken and also photographs by other people that catch my eye. You can also find my work on Flickr by clicking here. All the work I post on here is mine unless I state otherwise.
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