I offer professional pet photo shoots. Gift Vouchers are also available
Based in Morecambe I cover all parts of Lancashire & Cumbria
My photographic services are available 7 days a week.
Cats and small animals will be photographed in situ / at home and I can visit your home on a pre-arranged day for the session.
For dog shoots, it is preferred to go 'on location'. The choice of the location is up to you. Your favourite spot, a beach, woodland or just somewhere your dog feels comfortable.
These sessions are done at a location of your choice within 40 miles of Morecamber UK, which can be your home or somewhere special
Approx 1 hour shoot.
20+ images to choose from.
Online gallery to view and purchase extra prints/canvas/digitals
9"x6" Print included
Purchase, download & print a voucher for yourself or as a gift.
Costing £45, your voucher will entitle you to a Location dog Portrait Session and a beautiful ready to frame 9"x6' professional grade lustre print
VOUCHERS ARE VALID FOR 12 MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL VOUCHERS ARE PROVIDED ELECTRONICALY - NO PHYISICAL VOUCHER WILL BE PROVIDED - SELF PRINT AVAILABLE
I offer top quality products including beautiful hand finished Framed Pictures and Wall Art
Payment is in advance for all sessions via online payment link. All sessions are subject to my terms & conditions.
After the session, your images will be individually edited and uploaded to your own secure online gallery where you may purchase prints, packages, wall art and digital downloads.
All print/wall product orders are subject to postage and packing charges as set by the processing lab
If you are requiring commercial photography please contact me with your requirements and I will happy to give you a quote.
My dog has to be kept on a lead, will this be a problem ?
Can my family be in the pictures
Can all my dogs be photographed together?
My dog won't sit still..he is on the move all the time
My dog is black and does not photograph well
No problem at all. Leads can usually be removed from the pictures during post production
Yes of course !
If there is more than one dog at a session, I will try to capture them together. Sometimes this is easier said than done. In those cases, I will try my best to create a little magic during the editing process.
No problem. I use very fast cameras which can capture 16 frames a second. It only takes a split second to get the shot.
I am used to photographing black dogs. It is just a case of getting the lighting and exposure correct. Check out my galleries to see examples