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Fine Art Horse Shadows and Light - Michelle Wrighton
Jackson and Wilson Horse Art
Dardanup Dressage Horse Photography
Capel Cross Country Horse Event Photography

As a full time professional artist and photographer with decades of horse, photography and art experience, I specialize in creating beautiful, expressive, emotion filled images that capture everything you love most about your four legged family member’s unique personality and character.

Michelle Wrighton Photography is dedicated to providing an exceptional portrait experience customized to your unique needs and offers a hand selected range of the finest quality prints and products that you and your family will enjoy for many, many years. 

The process is simple and I will personally guide you through each step from booking and planning your session experience through to the selection, design, ordering and delivery of your handcrafted fine art album or custom wall art collection that you will be proud to display in your home.

I believe that beautiful art is a tangible expression of the incredible relationships we have with the animals we share our lives with.  I look forward to meeting you and your special equine friend and together we will create stunning art that will keep their memory alive long after they have passed.   

Based in the South West, Michelle Wrighton Photography is available for private sessions, horse stud, equestrian events, rural and commercial photography sessions on location throughout Western Australia including the South West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Perth metro regions. 

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  • Introduction to Photography Part 2 – How to Take Better Photo’s

    In Part 1 of this Introduction to Photography series I provided some tips for taking better photos that I first shared in an Introduction to Photography course that I ran at our local Community Resource centre back in 2012. These are general basic tips aimed at the beginner photographer starting out with a point and shoot […]

  • Why I chose the 5D Mark IV for Equine Photography

    Some photographers get all bent out of shape about which is better, Nikon or Canon, I’ve had both, they are excellent brands but for me personally, the Canon line feels better in my hand and I find it more intuitive to use than Nikon.  I also now have a decent investment in Canon glass that I […]

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    I’ve never done a video blog before but the un-boxing of my new Canon 5D Mark IV and the 70-200mm 2.8L IS II lens seemed like a good enough excuse to dip my toes in so to speak and try our first vlog.   I have to say it was much harder that I anticipated and I came very […]

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