Black background equine portraits have become increasingly popular over the past few years. While the concept isn’t new, known as “low key” photography, it’s become a fad for equine photographers. I’m not surprised why—removing distracting details really highlights the beauty of a horse.
Most people don’t realize how much time and work goes into crafting each image by hand. There are varying ways to achieve the final result, but after shooting and editing black background equine portraits for almost three years, I’ve gotten it down to a science! Continue Reading