I do a lot of pet sessions outdoors in naturally lit areas. Areas such as parks, hiking trails, open fields, and along rivers and lakes: outdoors spots are always full of picture perfect backdrops.
As of September 1st, I am sharing an amazing studio space with other photographers. Now, we are still running our own businesses separately, booking our own clients. We just share the same amazing studio and use an online calendar to book our clients. It’s such a fabulous way to collaborate.
So I am offering outdoor, in-home AND studio pet sessions. Mind you, all three locations can give a different ‘look’ to your images. Thus, I like to book your pet photoshoot at a location that works best for you and your pet. Each pet photoshoot is custom created just for your pet.
Now, what better way to tell people about my new studio space than through a Facebook contest. I posted a contest and had so many people participate – thank you to all those whom entered. And boy it was hard to decide which two dogs would be the winners. So, I did what anyone would do in my situation; I pulled two names from a hat!
I drew Chester the Gordon Setter and Leonard the Great Dane’s names. And had two fabulous pet sessions.
Chester had his pet photoshoot first, so I wanted to blog it first.
When Chester first poked his nose into the studio and sniffed the air, I swear he smiled at me. Right away I had his ‘human mom’ unleashed him so that he can explore the studio and feel at home. He explored the studio with his nose and then nuzzled me with his nose. At this time I found out that Chester was blind. Really?! But looking at his eyes or the way he maneuvered around the room, you couldn’t tell. He held his head high with pride. Throughout the pet photoshoot continued to show me his fabulous relaxed and friend demeanor! And I smiled and giggled out loud when I saw him back up and sit on his ‘human mom’s’ lap. I soon learned that he loved to do that.
Chester was a natural in front of the camera. We started him on the black ‘leather’ couch, and finished the pet photoshoot doing some great headshots. Voila! He gave me so many ‘Chester’ expressions that I felt like I knew his personality and character quite well at the end of the session.
A big thank you to Miss K and Chester for coming to the studio for a fabulous pet photoshoot.
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