Floral - Rough Coat Photography

"Incredible eye for light and captures stunning photos. Highly recommend!"  -Emily D.

Floral Sessions

Pure whimsy and fun! With your horse wearing a crown (or collar) of flowers these sessions are a delightful departure from the expected! Rough Coat Photography has partnered with The Sunflower Lady, a wonderful local florist who has perfected the art of the floral equine headpiece and expressing your horse's personality in flowers! 

These sessions are also available for our canine friends!

Click to see sample photos.

$400 plus the cost of the flowers that start at $22 for a pony or small dog.  Contact me for a pricing and information sheet.

45 minutes

3 high resolution digital images

Important Details

-I shoot in what's called the golden hour, approximately 1-2 hours before sunset. I make it fun, natural and relaxed for everyone. I have a lot of tricks to make your horse look his or her best, and everything is done with the horse's comfort and happiness as priority #1.

- What if it rains? I check the forecast a few days before your session and contact you if we have to reschedule.  But lucky for us that cloudy and moody skies are as equally beautiful as blue ones, as well as everything in between. 

-I carefully select the images you receive, making sure you get a mix of what we captured together and choosing the best of the best.

- 6% PA sales tax added to all sessions.

- All session fees include personal usage - commercial usage rights MUST be negotiated separately. 

-Travel is $15/hour from zip code 17545

-Check, cash or paypal accepted.

-All members of the U. S. military and their families will receive a discount for private photo shoots. This applies to active duty, retired, national guard and reserve personnel. 

COPYRIGHT...for all images remains the sole property of Valerie Buller and Rough Coat Photography.  All rights reserved.

I'm an equine photographer based in Lancaster, PA and love to travel,

meet new horses and the people who love them.

As a lifelong rider I get that unique connection we have with our horses;

it's that bond I want to capture.

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