There is one thing I find the hardest to talk about to my pet audience. It’s something I talk about briefly and very carefully whenever I form a post. Why? Because grief and the reality of what’s to come for all pets is really hard to talk about. It’s a reality we take on as pet owners that we are going to outlive our pets. There, I said it. And the truth is that is a HUGE reason why I do what I do.
Sometimes people are surprised to see the success I have in Pet Photography. That “why would that be a thing? How is that a thing? People pay for that?” Our pets are our furry family. Documenting our time on this earth doesn’t stop with just our human members of the family. Especially when it comes to our pets, their time with us is so short. Why wouldn't they want the best representation of their personality, funny run, and drooly ways to be captured in a photo/video to have forever? I would argue that their lives and their existence is just as purposeful as ours.
All to say that documenting our pets is important. That I take the care and importance of this task (documenting them) seriously because I know how much they mean to you. As a dog owner myself I know that my time with our little Moira is limited. That taking her photos is important to have her life live on past her time with me. Again, a harsh reality we all have to face but a reality I understand well and know the importance of.
If you’re someone who hasn’t taken the time to take photos of your pets in their best light, do it! You won’t regret having those memories immortalized in a photo/video.
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