One of the best things I’ve done in recent years is building my dog photography studio.
It’s flown by, but five years ago, I broke ground on the foundation groundworks for my studio space. I’d previously run my sales and studio dog portrait sessions from a dedicated space in my house, but it was time to take it to a purpose-built location.
I’m fortunate that I had sufficient space to build the studio I wanted on the grounds of my home. Having been in business for quite some time, I really knew what I wanted and could specify the right size and fundamentally how dark I needed it too.