Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Last week I ran the January Shoot and Shadow Course in Buckinghamshire. I met 5 wonderful photographers and had a blast photographing our TOP MODEL Rob Waine Dressage at his lovely yard. Thank you to Rob for his excellent modeling (along with Cici and Naz) and for...
Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Hello from Hannah Freeland

Hello all you lovely current and future trainees. I would like to introduce myself. You will see on the About Us page that there is a new addition to the Training Barn… ME! Emily asked me if I would like to join her and come on board as a associated trainer. Of...

Having a trade stand on a budget

To continue on ‘marketing to our ideal client’, you should now have your best clients bio created. If you missed the last blog post about creating this, click here. Now that we know who our ideal client is we need to be able to speak and connect with them....

Identifying your ideal client

Hi there, Hannah here! When you are creating a marketing plan for your photography business you need to know who you are talking to. Its a good idea to create a bio of your ideal client. What do I mean by ideal client? This is the one client we all hope calls us in...
Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Photography Business: Leveraging the Visual in Your Marketing

Even if you’re already using Social Media, especially Instagram, to show your photos, you may not be seeing the results you were expecting.  Since Instagram is a visual social media network that only allows people to share images or small videos, you might be...
Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Creative Careers: Building a Career as a Photographer

If you’re just starting to build your career as an equine photographer, you may find things don’t go to plan and that you make a few mistakes- it’s just the way things are with all small businesses, so don’t panic! I have compiled a list of top tips that...
Shoot and Shadow Course – January 2018

Choosing a career: how to retrain as a photographer

With all the technology that is around us, you can see most people taking photographs, editing and uploading them via social media. So, people tend to assume being an equine photographer should be easy. However, making a living from being an equine photographer is...