Do you have a furry family member? Would you like to capture your precious pet in a professional photo? If so, read on!….It is no secret that I’m a massive fan of dogs and I’ve worked really hard on my Pet Photography in the last year, training to capture their personalities, twinkly eyes and those tricky action shots that you can just never get on your phone camera!If you would like your pet photographed, secure your furry friend a slot now or read on to find out more…
Dogtober is now officially open! During the month of October all Pet Photo Shoots are half price (£25 for a shoot plus 10×8) AND there are just 10 Photo Shoot plus all digitals on USB for a hugely discounted £99. Dogtober offers are only valid for shoots during October taken in Dundee.
WHEN? By appointment only
WHERE? Outdoor shoots are perfect for your average dog/puppy as we can get some action shots and capture them in a natural environment, I highly recommend outdoor shoots for getting the most from your session (my go-to favourite spots are Camperdown Park and Broughty Ferry Beach). For newborn pups, golden oldies, cats etc I can come to your house for photos. WHAT HAPPENS? Once you’ve made contact, I will be in touch to arrange your appointment time and find out more about your pet. On the day, all you need to bring is your pet, some treats, favourite toys and props if you are feeling imaginative. We will get some great shots of your pet during the shoot for you to view and order a few days later.
HOW MUCH? £50 per session which includes a 10×8 print (gift vouchers are available) ^^^see above for Dogtober offers^^^
Extra prints, digital files and a great selection of Wall Art is available after your shoot.
If that all sounds good, click here to book. If you have any questions, read our FAQ’s below:
Q: Can I bring two or more pets? A: Yes please!
Q: Can people be in some? A: Yes please!
Q: Can I buy more? A: Yes please! Once you view your photos, you will have the option of prints, wall products and digital images at great prices.
Q: I’d like my shoot outside but my dog can’t be off the lead? This is fine, I can Photoshop a lead out, you are best with a collar (instead of a harness) and an extendable lead so your dog can still move freely and your legs aren’t in all the photos!
Q: What should I bring? Your pet, bribery treats, patience and a sense of humour!
Q: I have another question which hasn’t been answered here, where can I get answers? A: Here!