Jennifer Bechard Photography offers several different kinds of equine portraits sessions, with customized options available. Equine or horse & rider sessions are either classic or lifestyle photoshoots that capture the purity of the relationship you share with your equine partner. These sessions are completely customizable to your needs. Let's get creative!
Horses stir up passion, keep us honest, and offer us a love that lasts a lifetime. It is this love, their honest grace, and the unique bonds we share with them that inspire me most as a photographer. As a lifelong horse lover, I bring along my equine knowledge and passion for photography to create truly personal experiences and images for every horse and client I serve. Hiring a professional equine photographer will result in stunning images of your equine partner, capturing their personality and beauty in images that will last a lifetime.
It's one thing to hire a photographer, but it's an entirely different thing to know how to best show off your favorite images! After your session, we'll meet again to choose your favorite photographs and determine the best ways to enjoy them in your home, whether it's a beautiful wall gallery in your living room or a custom designed leather heirloom album that becomes a precious keepsake. Regardless of how we keepsake our photographs, looking back at them immediately brings us back to that very moment in time. It is not just the photograph, it is a gift of a memory that can be taken out and cherished at any given time.
When you choose a full-service photographer, your experience is so much more than simply having your photograph taken. Your session is wholly customized to your vision—whether you want your horse photographed under saddle, at liberty, in a classic portrait or posing with you—and we'll plan every detail together to create truly memorable images. I will personally guide you through every step of your photography experience, from choosing a location, selecting outfits, to determining the exact look and feel you want your photographs to convey.