Henry Szwinto Photography
Paddy the New Forest Pony
Built like a brick wall.
It’s a mans world (but don’t let yourself get outnumbered)
Turning for the last sequence
Singing his heart out
Vincent the Hungarian Vizsla
Annie and Harry
Pine trees at dawn
Lilly the ginger Dalmation
If only we could bottle sunsets!
Highcliffe at dawn
Photo of the week.
This dog portrait of Vincent the Hungarian Vizsla did well in the club competition last night earning me a Seal of Merit and top marks. The judge, Jim Pascoe, was very complimentary about the technique and quality which is very flattering because Jim has many years of experience in portrait photography himself.
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As part of my wedding package I offer a free photo shoot just to make sure we are all relaxed with working together and on this occasion it turned into a bit of Family Fun. I hadn’t met Koralee before but she was a little star. Kirsty and Nigel’s wedding is going to be great fun. Really looking forward to it.
You can see more about the wedding packages I offer on my dedicated wedding website here.
My lovely wife Joanne wanted to design and make a corset and dress from paper. Then she included a wig made of paper and these are some of the results. There were so many striking images from this shoot it was well worth the effort. Emma Appleton-Smith really suited the look and as always was such a pleasure to work with. I’m seriously looking forward to Joanne’s next project.
So pleased my 2 photos have been shortlisted in the “Life is all about…” competition run by the Rowans Hospice. All short listed photos will be on display next week at the Rowans Living Well Centre in Purbroke. Very happy to be supporting a great cause.
It’s always great to be a published photographer but even better to have a cover image. This photo of AmyLam was used on the front cover of the February 2017 edition of Enchanted Models Magazine based in the US. If you ever get a chance to work with Amy she is really great and I would also like to thank Louise Crouch for her great make up skills and use of her lovely home for the shoot.
These are a couple more from the same shoot.
So I was setting up to do a shoot with Michaela Carr and her pony Diesel and I needed to test my lights for correct exposure. When Penny Cumberland came along with Vincent the Hungarian Vizsla that gave me the perfect opportunity. This photo was about the third shot and I’m super pleased with what we got. The shoot with Michaela worked out great as well.
If you want a shot like this with your dog then just get in touch.