My favourite Photo Shoot OUTTAKES from the past 12 months!

Mar 29, 2018 | Horse and Rider Photo Shoots

I’ll keep this brief as I realise the main attraction of the blog post is most definitely the photos! I have compiled some of my favourite outtakes from Horse & Rider Photo Shoots over the past 12 months and put them all together for you to have a good giggle at!

It is inevitable whilst working with animals (& children in some cases!) that there will be the odd outtake here and there but some shoots definitely seem to have more that others….! I love capturing these moments and surprisingly often some of these images end up making the back pages of albums or in one case the front cover!! I feel they end up showing a very different side of a horses personality and in these brief moments so much emotion, hilarity and ultimately memories are captured!

I do hope you enjoy this collection and please note there were no horses or riders hurt… and for every outtake, there is the originally intended image as well…! I was going to include those as well but there were just too many brilliant outtakes to feature!

I advise viewing on a full screen as some of the horses’ expressions are just too good to miss!

Until next time,

Ciara x

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