CAMBRIDGESHIRE PET PHOTOGRAPHY
een in the world of Pet Photography, specialising in dogs and cats – but happy to photograph any animal you may have! Whether your pet is a sleepy cat, a bouncy dog, or a majestic horse, I aim to capture their unique character in either a posed portrait, a natural snapshot, or a crazy action photo.
It doesn’t matter if you have an obedient dog that is happy to pose….or a lively kitten that just wants to play, I am confident that during a relaxed fun photo session at your home, in your garden, or at a local park, we can capture your pets distinctive personality and create a lasting keepsake for you.
Even many shy or nervous pets can be photographed from a distance, using my Zoom Lens. Don’t worry if your pet is not super obedient! I am always armed with tasty treats, intriguing toys, and an abundance of patience!
A photo session involves me coming to your home, local park, or wherever you would like your pet photographed.
I will spend approximately an hour (or as long as it takes!) getting to know you and of course your pet! – what they enjoy doing the most, their favourite toys, any tricks they might do, and any particular pose or photo you would like.
The happiness and well-being of your pet is the most important element of a photoshoot and if at anytime I feel that your dog or cat (or any other animal) is feeling threatened or unhappy in any way, then we will end the session and rearrange for another day when your pet is feeling more relaxed, at no additional cost.
Our investment on Pet Photography is very simple and flexible and I am happy to try and accommodate whatever your needs are. So if its not detailed here…PLEASE ASK!
The session fee is £50 – this includes my time in taking the photos and a 10″ x 8″ print of your choice. You can also purchase additional prints or the digital files at a further cost if you wish.
Working with animals is not an exact science…we all know the phrase “never work with animals or children”!…..but I will do my best to provide you with photos of your pet that you are delighted with – even if it means arranging another photo shoot on a day when your pet feels more obliging!
Equally in the case of poor weather (which equals bad light!) – outdoor photo shoots may have to be rearranged for a more weather-friendly day. Obviously again at no additional cost to yourself.