Not sure what to wear for your photo shoot that will look good on camera? If you are planning on being in the images with your horse (and I strongly recommend that you are, even if it’s just a few) then what to wear is probably going to be on your mind It’s true that…
Do you have a heart horse?
Or a much loved canine companion?
Do you love photographs?
Welcome to Kate Everall Photography
We take photographs of much loved horses and dogs with the people who love them the most
” I have always maintaned that her photographs are art, her skill combined with her love for her subject comes through. The result is a depth and connection missing from so much photography” ~ Sarah
I simply love to take photographs that you will love and be proud to hang on your wall and show off to your friends and family.
Commissioning a professional photographer can be a scary thing to do, so I make sure that I am on hand to help you through the process, from your first email/ call, through your session and afterwards whilst we create beautiful photographic art for you
” I’d highly recommend Kate, she makes you feel relaxed and fits in around you and your horse. Whilst you hang out with your furry friends and she snaps away capturing moments…
Kate can create these memories into wonderful photographs so you can reflect back on them whenever you wish ” ~ Rebecca
“Kate has taken pictures of me, my dogs and my loved ones. She is an expert – putting her subjects at ease and making the process enjoyable. Her work is so creative and lovely to look at” ~ Penny
Kate - founder, owner, photographer
It was my friends who suggested I could be a photographer and when I set up Kate Everall Photography I gave myself a deadline to see what would happen. More than 15 years later I am still here, still taking pictures and still loving it. I guess I owe those friends a huge ‘thank you’
I have photographed portraits from the very beginning, although back then I combined this with wedding photography, but when I started to photograph horses and dogs it felt like coming home
My basic philosphy remains the same, keep it simple and look for the feeling, which means putting everyone in front of the camera at ease, and I have lots of experience doing exactly that