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Bespoke Horse Portrait Photography by Henry Szwinto
Welcome to Henry Szwinto Equine Photography.
Horse Portrait Photography by Henry Szwinto
A little bit about Henry Szwinto Equine Photography.
I’ve had the privilege of photographing some amazing horses and you can see some of the results here. I hope to make your eyes pop because I am applying my portrait experience to photographing these beautiful animals and the results are different to the usual horse portrait you would normally see. I can order beautiful acrylic mounted prints to display your stunning horse portrait. These can come in very large formats. If you have the home that will take it imagine a life size horse portrait. For the traditional home I have a full range of canvasses and I also print and frame my horse portrait work up to A2 using a variety of fine art papers.
A bespoke horse portrait provides a lasting memory. Ring me if you would like a stunning horse portrait of your own.
Photography and horses are 2 different worlds but there’s no reason why they shouldn’t meet.
A leap in the dark
Dreams of a Summer's Day
Will and William
Miss Money Penny
Every little girl needs a Shetland
Nathan and Ratty
Ken the Iberian Class Champion
Harvey the Hardy Highland
I believe I can fly!
Katie and Magic
Paddy the New Forest Pony
Valour the Dutch Warmblood
Emma with her new best friend
Logan at 4 days
Patrick and Tetua
Sam and Casanova
Portuguese Traditional Dress
Teddy the dappled Andalusian
Miss Money Penny
Lizzie and Webo
Riding at Sunset
Char with Diamond Dude
These are a few recent photos from a shoot with Charlotte Elliott and Trooper. We started outside in the early morning light before switching to indoors with studio lights. Charlotte and Trooper having been doing well in competition recently and it was clear that since my last shoot with them Trooper was looking stronger and his movements were more consistent. When shooting movement with studio lights consistency helps with the timing.
I was out early this morning trying to photograph some rather un-obliging fallow bucks. This foal reacted like he had never seen a person with a camera before. His back lit fluffy main and chin fluff saved the day.
I had just taken delivery of my new wildlife lens so I thought I would go over the local pond and try it on a few swallows but then along came Christina riding western on Braveheart, her lovely Rocky Mountain horse. Quite a good test fro a 400mm handheld shot. Very different to my normal equine portrait lens but I still find a 400mm useful when trying to photograph horses that like to crazy when they are first turned out
Had a great day at Farley Hall over the weekend catching up with a few people. We were there to watch Tim Cheffings ride his 3 horses but in particular EHO Landslide Lion in his first outing after a bit of an injury. I photographed “Leo” for Elite Horse Owners last year and when we arrived I recognized the horse out of a group of riders first rather than Tim because I remember his lovely neck and head from the photo shoot.