Dog portraits are getting more and more popular in the Studio and we have been welcoming lots of gorgeous pooches this year to come either on their own or as part of a family portrait . We have had big dogs , small dogs , rescue dogs and Crufts Champions , furry , smooth , bald, and just downright cute ! So I thought I would share some of the Dog Portraits we have done and give you some tips on getting the best from your session.
I love dogs – Ted – our rescue Cockapoo often keeps me company in the studio and loves having his picture taken !
Hints for your session
- When you book your session – let me know about your dog – what breed and colour – this helps me plan the right background to use
- Tell me about their personality – shy , anxious , energetic? The Studio is always calm and we keep it cool for the dogs to help them settle.
- Make sure you take your dog for a lovely walk first – helps to prevent little accidents in the Studio and they will be more comfortable – but we can always clean up so don’t worry!
- If your dog is groomed regularly , then consider booking in before their session – chat to your Groomer about the best time to book in – and remember to bring a brush if needed for last minute beautifying
- Bring a favourite toy and some treats – this helps with behaviour – you will be a big part of the session , helping me get your dog in the right place for their portrait and treats always help!
How to book
- E mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org – or use the contact form on the website
- Tell me all about your dog , and let me know what sort of session you would like , in the studio or on location on you favourite walk