Remember my last post with the lovely review from my client with their scrumptious puppy? Guess what? My clients and their dog had so much fun, they came back for more!
This time we arranged a photo shoot in a nearby bluebell wood. With the puppy being a little older and therefore better trained, we were able to do some shots without the lead. The owners were at hand at all times to make sure their puppy was safe and didn’t run off.
Before and during the photo shoot I always stress with my clients, that if they feel unsure or not safe during the shoot for whatever reason that they can stop me at anytime. This is very important to me. More than anything I want my clients to enjoy the photo shoot experience and do not want them to be stressed out. If at any point I see it is getting to much for the animal or their owner I am quite happy to finish the current session and try another day.
Here is a quick Sneak Peek image of this Labrador/Cocker Spaniel mix puppy. I believe this is called a “Cockador”. Please correct me if I am wrong.
I had the absolute pleasure of photographing this lovely lady with her Arab. He is a young one and I have to admit he was a bit flighty at times. Regardless, I am sure you would agree the Sneak Peek image of their portrait session truly conveys their deep connection. Don’t they look gorgeous!
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I have been a bit lax in updating my “Kind Word” section recently. Thankfully that does not mean that I don’t receive nice reviews for my portraits, … Please keep them coming!
As with every business, especially small ones, these reviews mean the world. It makes working with my clients so much more rewarding.
I don’t think I ever appreciated how quickly our little puppy would grow going from a puppy faced cutie to a very little man in the space of a few months, being able to have these memories forever of him with the puppy charm is something I’ll always be glad off. When Barbara suggested a photo shoot with the daffodils we realised this was our one opportunity – as next year he would be double the size, still cute but a grown up cute. Watching Barbara with our dog was something else, the care, attention and how he was fixated with her made for a wonderful experience for both puppy and owners alike.
I love Spring! The greens of the trees and grass are all so lush and to top it off you get rewarded with this gorgeous splash of blue colour.
Here are some images from a recent dog portrait photography shoot. Labradors are so photogenic, don’t you agree?
The Bluebells are out now. If you would like to book a photo shoot with this beautiful colour in the background contact me. I haven’t got many free days left, … Speak soon.
What a coincidence! I was on a dog photo shoot this morning with a gorgeous 15 week old puppy when Social Media informed me that today is indeed National Puppydog Day!
My clients and I had a great time enjoying the daffodils in full bloom. Their puppy enjoyed them too!
It was lovely to see how everything was so exiting for him. This phase in their puppy lives just does not last that long and from a photographic point of view I just love giving my clients scrumptious images to look at in the years to come.
We have already put a date in the diary for the bluebell season. I can’t wait to see how much this little bundle of joy will have grown by then,…. I’ll keep you posted.
Here is the Sneak Peek from earlier today:
I love the precious puppy stage! They are so tiny! This stage of their life passes far too quick and you can see them grow on a daily basis. It is great to have a fantastic photographic keepsake of it. I had the most wonderful Dog Photo Shoot Experience this with very inquisitive lady who got up to all sorts in her garden.
It was a very sunny day and we had to choose the areas where the pictures were taken very carefully. We made the most of the shadows available though.
To put my clients wishes first, I always check if the owners allow me to post a Sneak Peek, which luckily they did.
Isn’t she adorable?
Albeit a bit later than last year, I reckon by about 3-4 weeks, the bluebells are finally here!
Imagine your horse, dog or even cat amidst those colours as wall portraits on your walls. If I can help you with that, please contact me to schedule a Pet Photo Shoot Experience before the bluebells are past their best this year.
I don’t know if you feel the same: I love the Spring! Everything is growing, the grass has a lush green colour, the Spring flowers are out! Simply gorgeous! Imagine your dog, cat or even horse amidst those colours as wall portraits on your walls. If I can help you with that, please contact me to schedule a Pet Photo Shoot Experience before the daffodils are past their best this year.