Getting into Pet Photography I did some research into what is offered out there. What kind of sessions are offered? What do people like to see your pet doing? What kind of environment is created during a session? Going to the park or studio....?
What I found was a lot of the same thing. I don't mean this in a bad way, clearly there is a type of style and photography niche out there in the Toronto Area that is becoming successful. For me, that was probably one reason why I was so reluctant to start offer pet sessions. They are all studio lit, posing your puppy, putting them in outfits, or having them eat cake or something. Which are FUN and beautiful in there own way just not my style of work at all. I love to capture a moment in time. A real one, one that was created naturally and is a true representation of "Gus Gus, that's how he always sits." You know what I mean? So how was I going to "label myself" and explain to people my style.
I want to see your pet as they are everyday; drooling over treats, their tail wagging as they wait for you to throw their ball and happy face as you pet them. I'm all about photographing in nature no matter the type of session it is so count on going outdoors for your dogs, a nearby park or in your backyard. Let's see their authentic selves.
A session I am super happy about with Chip, Jack and Gus Gus. This is in the farm lands of Chip and Jack's home which I get to visit from time to time. They are the best of friends when Chip (the pup) isn't always bugging them to play. Enjoy!
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