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Three Horses

How to Photograph Your Horse

This is a quick crash course on how to take photos of your horse to get the best results for your sculpture. Please read each section carefully.

Required Photos

(Great Examples)

These photos are required if you would like a custom sculpture. If these exact angles are not possible, like a horse that has passed away, please send the closest you have. 

Once you have taken these required photos, if you have more photos of different angles, I encourage you to send me those too. Remember it's impossible to have too many photos!

For all photos please stand back about 20-30 feet from your horse and zoom in on your camera. This is to avoid the camera changing the proportions of your horse.

Markings Photos

(Great Examples)

These photos are only required if your horse has markings, patterns, or dilutions.

(In this example, this horse has leg markings and the dun dilution.)

These photos are required if you would like a custom sculpture. If these exact angles are not possible, like a horse that has passed away, please send the closest you have.

For all photos please stand back about 20-30 feet from your horse and zoom in on your camera. This is to avoid the camera changing the proportions of your horse.

Bad Examples

No photos that have horses in them are bad photos but in this context, please avoid sending me photos like this.

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