Our Pet Photography Service
Over the years we have refined our Pet Photography skills, enabling us to create images that capture an animal’s individual personality and the very essence of who they are. Our extensive experience has taught us that animals are best photographed within a natural environment, or at least one they are familiar with. As such the majority of Pet Photography sessions are held on location out, in woods, the forest or even at the beach!
However, in some circumstances, this is not appropriate. This could be because we are working with the very young, very old or those with significant medical needs. In these cases, we have a number of options including our own dedicated Studio or bringing the Pet Photography session to your home.
Over the years we have gained experience in photographing a wide variety of animals including, Dogs, Cats, Horses, Hamsters and even Bearded Dragons! However, it is our experience of working with many nervous/fearful dogs, that has drawn the most attention. Often owners of these dogs would consider it impossible to have their pet photographed by a professional photographer. So, we are immensely proud to say, they can!
Watch Me Grow & Rainbows Bridge Sessions
Our WATCH ME GROW sessions document your pets changes over time. This includes 3 sessions equally spread over a 12 month period (ideally the first year of their life). They offer the perfect opportunity to capture all the fantastic memories that will soon fade into the past.
And whilst it may be hard to consider, we also have our RAINBOWS BRIDGE sessions. These specifically cater for pets that sadly do not have long left with us.
Over the years, experience has taught us the importance of maintaining a positive, calm environment, especially when working with pets who have significant medical needs. As such these sessions are carefully planned, in partnership with our clients. We work hard to ensure they cater for any medical related issues, such as incontinence etc. We also aim to incorporate very specifically, things that are symbolic of the relationship between them and their pet.