I’m fortunate that as a dog owner, I’ve got a pair of crazy Cocker Spaniels on tap to photograph whenever I need them. But it also means that I put in a lot of time to capture images of them to remember them by. After all, we never know when we might lose them forever.
Although my family had dogs when we were children, and after I left for University, they were always my parent’s dogs rather than my own. My relationship with them was very much like them being part of a busy family unit and companions to all of us.
What if your dog can’t be let off their lead? It’s really not a problem at all. We’ve a number of physical and digital tricks up our sleave
Whilst I do love my outdoor sessions, both at my favourite country park or other locations of my clients’ choice, I am fortunate to have a dedicated dog photography studio.
I really do love my job and the business I have been so lucky to build up over the last eight years or so. Getting to meet my clients and appreciating their love for their dogs is what makes my hours of lying in the mud and being trampled by dogs such an enjoyable career.
When a client decides on booking a specialist dog photographer, what they want to know is will their dog enjoy the experience; plus can the photographer capture the images they see in the photographer’s portfolio with their dog.
An insight into a lot of the questions asked as to why it is important to select the right professional dog photographer for you and your dogs.
As we head out of lockdown, there are various precautions that some clients might wish to take when meeting for our sessions.
Those first few days, and weeks, of having a new puppy in your life is something we sometimes aren’t ready for.
We all appreciate how our dogs aren’t with us for long enough. Depending on the breed, they average around ten years.