What other's say

The Galloping Cameraman The Sunday Telegraph Magazine

He's faced down cavalrymen at full charge and can capture a shot while riding flat out.
And for the past three years, Henry Dallal, the Queen's favourite photographer,
has been chronicling the Indian army's horsemen at work and play.


PDFCavalry Charge - Feature - Horse & Rider magazine

Mel Rutherford meets world-renowned photographer Henry Dallal, who takes you this time to India, home of the last horse warriors

PDFHenry Dallal: The Beauty of Horses - Cover Story and Feature Sloane Square Magazine

Photographer Henry Dallal has spent a lifetime photographing horses. Sophie Bishop talks to him about his new book – a study of India’s 61st cavalry

PDFPhotographer captures London's regal splendor - Mail on Sunday

PDFHenry´s Artistic Adventures on horseback - Cover Story and Portfolio feature - Equestrio Arabia

Shooting from the saddle,
Henry Dallal’s artistic adventures on

PDFLove and Horses: Henry Dallal - Feature - New Style Magazine


PDFInterview with Henry Dallal - Cover Story and Feature - Join Up Journal

PDFCanon EOS-Magazine - Cover Story - Angela August's interview with Henry 

Henry Dallal talks to Angela August about fulfilling his six-yearproject

PDFAn artist through a lens - PQ International

Six years of patient hard work lies behind Henry Dallal’s beautiful tribute in photographs and words to the Household Cavalry

PDFMountaineer with a camera - Cover Story - Amateur Photographer

He calls himself a mountaineer with a camera,
so why did Henry Dallal spend six years shooting the Household Cavalry? Bob Aylott reports


Happiness in a Picture Frame PDF

My Life by Tessa Chan


The Iran-born, London-based equine photographer recalls capturing Queen Elizabeth, as well as some of his most challenging charges.