The problem with watermarks – a plea to photographers

nico Social Media, Technique 0 Comments

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think watermarks are a bad thing per se, I just think we, as photographers, are not using them effectively. Why do we use watermarks? This is the crux of the issue. Photographers use watermarks for different purposes. Some use them to mark their “proof” or website images in such a way that if they …

images of horses which are not flattering

5 Images of horses which you shouldn’t be capturing

nico Equestrian Photography, Technique 2 Comments

Very soon after I started photographing horses it became clear that there were flattering moments to capture the movement of a horse, and just as many, if not more, unflattering ones. This was then drummed home when I started working for event photographers, selling to competitors on-site. Images of horses which I created had to be taken straight from the camera and displayed on …

Multibuy Discount Code

nico Technique 0 Comments

I’ve been meaning to add a multibuy discount option for some time now and I have now finally got round to it. Please enter 20%MULTIBUY if you are ordering 3 or more items. Please note that this discount only applies to items on the “Prints and products” price list as there are already offers in place for Downloads. Don’t forget! Multibuy Discount …

Images packages

nico Technique 0 Comments

My experience of working for event photographers at every level is that social media has made a big impact. Ok, I didn’t have to be a genius to work that out, especially as you are probably reading this via social media right now. However, adapting the products I sell to the requirements of today’s client is very important to me. …

The “Commandments” of equestrian photography

nico Dressage Photography, Equestrian Photography, Eventing Photography, Hunting Photography, Polo Photography, Racing Photography, Show Jumping, Showing Photography, Sidesaddle Photography, Technique 2 Comments

Several times recently I have found myself referring to “the golden rules of equestrian photography”. Quite rightly, someone asked what they were! The rules I was referring to are not written down anywhere, instead I have learned them through discussion with riders, owners and other photographers; photographers with many more years of experience than I. They are the result of …