The Festive season is fast approaching and with it comes a time of giving. This Christmas – The Horse Photographer – has produced a selection of equestrian fine art available to purchase as framed limited editions.
The inclusion of two new pieces, ‘Black Obsidian’ and ‘The Event’, add an extra touch of elegance to enhance the collection and are offered at a special launch price for the first five editions. CLICK To view Limited Editions.
It is astonishing to consider that the magical and intensely moving artistic equine portraits by The Horse Photographer – Matthew Seed are created in fractions of a second. However, the artistry which enables him to produce such masterpieces using only controlled lighting, a camera and intuition has been forged over a lifetime.
Most important of all, he is able to demonstrate a deep affinity with horses, putting them at such ease as to allow their rich and individual personalities to emerge in portraits.
For information about The Horse Photographer’s Limited Editions or for details about private commissions contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Worldwide shipping available.
27 October 2016
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Being repeatedly dubbed the ‘the world’s best horse photographer’ by media is a mark of how far Matthew’s talents have progressed and how widely his artistry is now recognised.
Matthew Seed, has over 25 years’ experience in fashion and fine art photography shooting for brands such as Gieves & Hawkes, Lacoste, Nike, Silver Cross and Selfridges. Described as the modern day George Stubbs his fine art equestrian commissions include The National Stud, Zara Phillips, Sam Twiston-Davies, Trevor Breen and Laura Collett as well as sports personality and race yard owner, Michael Owen.
Even before Matthew had taken his first photograph, he had fallen under the spell of horses living near his childhood home in Lancashire. As his career in fashion took off, he endeavoured to refine the various skills needed to portray the power and poise of his favourite animal.
Matthew has established the technical proficiency by which he overcomes the elements and impose a measure of the lighting control familiar to his studio.