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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
horseback

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

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

 

 

On the hoof in the Highlands by Octavia Pollock

On estates such as Balmoral, The Queen’s home
in Aberdeenshire, tough and shaggy Highland ponies are vital members of the stalking team when it comes to bringing deer off the hill, finds Octavia Pollock