If you’re paying for a professional photographer, you want the best possible photos. That’s why I invited a pro equine photographer to join me on the podcast! Catrina Williams is sharing her best tips so you can get the photos that’ll help propel your horse business to the next level.
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From your website to printed fliers and ads to social media and everywhere in between, you're constantly using photos to showcase the horses in your business, or maybe the horses your business serves.
And the quality of your photos matters greatly because they represent the quality of service and even the quality of horse that your customers and clients can expect when they work with you.
That's why I invited professional equine photographer Catrina Williams to join me on the podcast today.
You're going to learn Catrina's top tips so you can best prepare for your next equine photoshoot.
You'll discover the right questions you should be asking ahead of time and how to pick the right tack for the shoot. Plus, you'll learn how to make sure the photographer you choose has the same style or look that you're going for to best represent your brand.
(Psst... If you're still taking shots with your smartphone, I get it, and I haven't forgotten you. The tips in this episode plus the free shot list will help you out, too! And when you're ready to work with a pro, you'll be even more prepared!)
Here are the 5 expert tips to help you get the most from your equine photoshoot:
Ask the right questions.
Have a shot list ready. (Get your FREE equine shot list here!)
Groom your horse—before the photographer arrives.
Choose the right (appropriate) tack.
Know how you want to use your photos.
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