Photography halters are an important tool for equine photographers. How to tell the differences and how to use it?
Equestrian Hub is a magazine for riders and horse people across Australia. I’m very excited to have been published in cooperation with my friend Jessica Morton, who is an excellent writer and emotive storyteller for the horse industry. In this article about equestrian traditions I have contributed photos of Nonius horses from Hungary and Camargue horses.
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Almost 60% of our equine breeds are endangered or have a vulnerable status with such small populations, that their destiny often depends on the selfless commitment of individual persons. It is my mission now to explore rare and endangered horse breeds and to raise awareness by giving them a new platform and to preserve equine diversity.
Let us escape on an exciting journey full of horse photography, beautiful places and great people. My Explorer events can be one-day adventures or extend to large expeditions. With changing destinations and themes we will never be bored. You have the choice, I would be happy to welcome you.
In my equine photography journal I will share some insights about my work, reports of my travels and experiences and tools for my horse photography.
Silver Winner at MIFA 2021 Photo Awards for my series “Forgotten Horses” and Bronze Winner for “Poésie”
My photo made it into the Top 100 shortlist in the category “Portrait” at the Pet Photographer of the Year Award 2021
The first Explorer Day this year was a success with 7 great equine photographers and 10 horses of 3 interesting breeds.