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As a full time artist and professional photographer with many years of horse, dog and photography experience, I specialize in creating beautiful, expressive emotion filled images that will capture your horse or dog’s unique personality and character. 

Michelle Wrighton Photography is dedicated to providing you with an exceptional portrait experience customized to your unique needs and offers a hand selected range of exquisite quality 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 right through to the selection, design, ordering and delivery of a custom designed album to share with your family and friends and finished custom wall art to grace the walls of your home.

I truly believe that beautiful art helps keep the memory of our special pets with us always and look forward to meeting you and your special equine or canine companion.  Together we will create stunning art that will keep their memory alive for you long after they have passed.   

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


Latest Blog Posts

  • Balingup Medieval Carnivale 2017

    Even though we live in the south west, this weekend was the first time I have gone to the Balingup Medieval Carnivale, and wow was it everything that I expected and more! The atmosphere was amazing with the majority of visitors also wearing period costume, so with being surrounded by knights and ladies, kings and […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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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