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How to Photograph Horses – Introduction

There are numerous fantastic books on the technical aspects of all the camera settings, colour management and digital workflow. Along with even more on which brand of camera equipment and software to invest in, all of which I will not be going into, other than stating which work for me and why. One of the […]

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Mobile Wallpapers

Welcome to the adventure! I’m excited to share monthly updates, stories, photographs, and other insights with you in my Newsletter. And to thank you for being part of what I do, I’ve created five new wallpapers of my favourite horse encounters for your phone, so you can always have a bit of Dartmoor with you, […]

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Dartmoor Stallions fatherly love

This Dartmoor stallion is so proud of his son. He gently nibbles and plays with his gestures representing peace, security and fatherly love. Imprinted from when he was a foal, the stallion would have felt this same nurturing love from his mother. For about the first half hour of his life, he would have been […]

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Award Winning Photographer joins Dartmoor Pony and Conservation Charity as Patron

The Dartmoor Pony Heritage Pony Trust (DPHT) has announced that photographer Malcolm Snelgrove has become the charity’s new patron.The charity’s vision is to secure the future of the native Dartmoor pony and to inspire and connect people with Dartmoor’s wildlife, landscape and heritage. Developing its partnership with Malcolm, a respected, internationally published equine and environmental […]

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Horse photographer Malcolm Snelgrove Dartmoor has proved a healing place.

Making a living from a passion is dream for most of us, but for horse photographer Malcolm Snelgrove Dartmoor has proved a healing place as well as a way of life When it comes to Dartmoor, horse photographer Malcolm Snelgrove speaks of Devon’s wildest terrain like an old romantic and his latest collection of photographs […]

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The benefits of ponies as conservation grazers

Dartmoor ponies are among the most iconic species of any British moorland but a dramatic decline in population since the 1950s has led to widespread concern about their long-term survival prospects and an urgent requirement to recognise their value as conservation grazers. A research project – the initial findings of which are released today – […]

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Dartmoor Horse Photography Workshop Saturday 3rd October 2020

Join Malcolm for an intensive one day Dartmoor Pony & Foal horse photography workshop. Against the stunning backdrop of Dartmoor with its abundance of natural beauty and visual opportunities it offers. Malcolm’s Dartmoor horse photography workshop gives you the chance to explore the horse world of this breathtaking landscape when the foliage and scenery is […]

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Foundation to Photographing Horses Membership Area

My Foundation to Photographing Horses Membership Area is ideal for the beginner and serious amateur photographer wishing to develop their skills in equestrian photography. Included in the membership is my eBook Foundation Guide to Horse Photography which is a 50 page guide that is designed to get straight to the point with which equipment you […]

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Dartmoor photographer is part of The English National Parks Collection

A Devon photographer’s Dartmoor workshops have been chosen as one of a collection of immersive experiences for the new The English National Collection.  Malcolm Snelgrove’s Gems of Dartmoor Photography Workshop will be included in a new collection of bookable experiences that tell the story of England’s National Parks, its people, landscape, history and cuisine. Funded […]

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