I am a horse trainer and a story teller
Can we send this article to everybody who's ever advertised a horse????? (I've been working up a blog rant for awhile... )
I love trying my hand at photography although I don't always get the shots that I want. Thank you so much for sharing this information!
Heidi - YES
I love that first photo. I would buy the photo.
The preferred style for dogs and horses is different enough to be intriguing. Showdog people, too, want the photographer's eye to be at withers/shoulder height, but the feet are to be four-square. If they are offset, say one rear foot slightly ahead of the other, people would wonder if the dog is ill-trained or injured and can't hold the stack. German shepherds are different as their stack usually does have the rear feet rather exaggeratedly offset.
Sorry this is OT, but I posted a question in the mind meld, and I know it doesn't get much attention due to rampant spam. It is under "Rubberneck thoroughbred", and I really do need some advise. It's a bit longish, but I wanted the whole scene visible.
From my experience of recently trying to look through a million horse adds to help a friend find a horse. Take a picture of the horse you are going to sell, if the buyer shows up to look at the horse and they have your internet photo stored on their phone and the horse is close but not quite the one in the photo then the buyer is going to assume something really weird is going on and jump back in their truck and leave.
It's been a whole month, Mugs. We miss you. No fires or floods this time so hoping you're just busy with family and horses :)
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