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Posts with Tag: How-to

26th May 2023
How to photograph horses: 11 tips from a professional equine photographer

Tips on how to take better photographs of horses.

26th May 2022
How to upgrade M.2 SSD without reinstalling Windows

Many computer systems nowadays come with SSD (Solid State Disk) drives for the operating system to ensure quick start up times and fast read/write times for the operating system and applications. The only problem with this superfast technology - particularly the small on-motherboard M.2 drives - is that it is relatively expensive compared to larger […]

12th March 2022
What are the best lenses for horse photography?

MEMBERS - an equine photography masterclass article about choosing the right lens for the right situation.

22nd July 2021
How to photograph showing

Photographing showing classes is not everyone's cup of tea but the discipline accounts for a large number of horses bred around the World.
Read this guide for tips of shooting ridden showing classes on the flat and over working hunter classes, in-hand classes and driven classes too.

19th September 2019
How to upgrade an SSD drive and not lose your operating system

Many computer systems nowadays come with SSD (Solid State Disk) drives for the operating system to ensure quick start up times and fast read/write times for the operating system and applications. The only problem with this superfast technology - particularly the small on-motherboard M.2 drives - is that it is relatively expensive compared to larger […]

6th May 2015
Badminton 2015 - links to image folders

Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, the World's biggest four-star event, kicks off with the first vets inspection this afternoon. In order to speed up the process of finding images I thought it would be useful to list the places in which photos will appear: Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2015 - the main event folder. […]

8th April 2015
Low light equestrian photography

...or, how to shoot jumping horses in a very, very dark venue. This post is in response to two requests I had for more information after I posted a photo from this event on my Facebook page. One of the questions came from someone who was there among the spectators and had tried in vain […]

10th June 2013
Stop Facebook Candy Crush Requests

Visit Candy Crush Saga page on Facebook App Center. At the bottom of the right-hand column, find and click on the “Block” link. In the popup asking you if you want to “Block App?”, click “Confirm”. Done. Phew.

29th August 2012
11 "rules" of equestrian photography

Several times recently I have found myself referring to "the golden rules of equestrian photography". Quite rightly, I was asked what they all were! These rules I was referring to are not written down anywhere, instead they are learned through discussion with riders, owners and other photographers; photographers with many more years of experience than […]

19th October 2010
How to take pictures of Horses: 11 tips from a professional

Tips for how to take pictures of horses from a leading professional, including camera settings, timing, leg positions, different gaits and focusing skills.

About Nico

I am an equine photographer, website designer and hosting provider living in Lincolnshire.

I work with clients who are sole traders and others which are FTSE companies. They are equally important to me.

If you need commercial photographyeditorial photography, event photography, lifestyle, equestrian or wedding photography, then I can help you, with over 30 years experience in these areas.

I also teach photography. I mentor photographers with a range of experience, from beginners to working professionals and run an equine photography course which gives members access to articles about the business of equestrian photography.

I have a varied set of skills, having worked for well known web design, SEO and analytics companies in parallel to my photography.

I design, host and maintain websites for clients as varied as farms, interior designers and equestrian centres, as well as for bloggers and sportspeople, including many riders.

I am the Public Relations Officer for the Midlands Area Point-to-Point Association, a role which utilises my PR and social media skills to promote horse racing both online and in the National press.

If you think that I could be the right person to help you, whatever your project, then please get in touch and we can discuss what you need and the ways in which I can help.

You can find out more about me here.

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