Why do I need professional portraits of my dog?
How do you want to remember them?
Our dogs are family, and we love having photos that show their joy and silliness, and preciousness.
But a lot of times our photos fall short of expressing the feeling we wanted to capture.
If you're like most dog-parents, you’re trying to get photos of your dogs with your smartphones, but your experience is frustrating:
- It's hard to keep him sitting still just long enough to take a picture
- she keeps looking away whenever you take out your phone and won’t cooperate
- She's too energetic and distracted by everything else around her
- Most of the time the photo comes out too dark or blurry
And even if you just so happen to get a good one in, it still doesn't quite convey the sense of joy and personality of her character that you're trying to bring out.
Sadly, most dog-parents go on doing this and don't consider a professional portrait until it's too late.
What most dog-moms and dog-dads hate to face is the reality of how short our dogs’ lives are.
They grow up way too fast! By merely 1 year old, they're already considered adults. Depending on the dog's size, if they are between the ages of 5 and 9 years old, they’re already considered senior citizens. By the time you realize you're dog is not energetic as he once was, you'll want images the story of your dog when he or she's not around anymore.
That's actually what happened to me.
I grew up with Fenix, my little black-and-white chihuahua-pug mix since I was 12 years old. He was born sometime in June of 2000, then died in April of 2015.
For fifteen years, he was my best friend, my furry little brother, and when he got older we affectionately called him "grandpa."
I sadly realized his aging when I noticed he couldn't jump up on the coach to join me like he used to, how he didn't have the enthusiastic energy to greet me at the door when I came home, or when I noticed his eyes start to get cloudy, and his hearing wasn't as sharp as it used to be.
While I'm so glad I was able to capture professional portraits of him that really showed off his personality, at the same time I regret that we have so very few portraits of his small puppy months and his young adult years, when he had so much energy, tenacity, and no grey hair.
And that’s when I learned I could help other dog-parents express their dog’s personalities and preserve their memories with professional photography.
When I started digging into dog photography, I learned that not only dog-parents were extremely ecstatic about their furry portraits, but they also had such a fun and memorable, VIP-like experience.
Now It's Your Turn
My goal is to help you celebrate and capture memories of your furry-kids that will live beyond their short lifetime.
A Dog Photography Session starts with a $500 reservation fee. But for a limited time, it's only $300. So grab a spot before it goes back up!
Years from now (or even months), your dog's best pictures may just be the ones on your phone right now. Even worse, they may never leave your phone.
Or they can be beautiful images full of vibrant personality, sheer joy, and a treasured work of art to adorn your home for the rest of your life.
How do you want to remember your dog after her time is up?
When you reserve a portrait session, you’ll have the peace of mind that your dog’s memories and stories will be preserved forever; you’ll have beautiful, deeply personal, and unique artwork to adorn your home with the warmth of your dog’s smile, and you’ll give your dog a fun and memorable experience that you’ll both remember for the rest of your lives.
As long as your dog is still around, no matter how old (whether she's 4 months or 12 ½ years old!), it's not too late!
A VIP Portrait Session Is a Great Gift too!
You can gift this as a celebration of:
- Rescue anniversary
- Your Dog's Birthday
- Puppy Portraits (before they grow up!)
- Milestone Event (Dog training graduation, for example)
- Christmas Gift
- Just because...!