Photography

Where will it take place?

You know your pup best, so choose a spot where they will be natural and comfortable. I shoot on the location of your choice but additional costs may be incurred if it is outside my regular areas (kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge -Guelph) limits.

For days when the weather is unpredictable, I do offer the option of a studio session which is located in the Breslau area. For businesses, vet practices or training schools I have the capability of moving my studio to your location.

How much does it cost?

Afforable

I believe everyone should have photos of their pet, that’s why I offer this affordable session of 15 min. You’ll get 5 digital files e-mailed to you via a weblink. You can print your images at your own printer.

This session only takes place at my home studio

$125.00

Pamper package

This 1 hour session will take place at either my home studio and trails or at a location of your choice (see info above). I can also recommend locations.

You’ll get 10 digital files that you’re able to print at a printer of your choice

If you want to create a timeless artwork from one of your images I can take care of that for an additional cost.

$200

The best gift

This is the ultimate experience for you and your pet.

You’ll get 2 hour session

on location or in my home studio. You’ll get 20 digital files which you can print at a printer of your choice or I can handle the printing for you at an additional cost.

Your pet will also have the wonderful experience of creating their own artwork. Yes you read correct…….watch the video …..it’s so much fun!

$300

Am I allowed humans and multiple pets?

I love to capture the bond between humans and their fur-babies. Multiple pets are welcomed but will eat into your 1 hour slot which will also effect how many images you end up with. It might be worth while to book a double slot for multiple pets.

What should I bring?

If you plan to be in the photos then obviously come prepared. Bring lots of your dogs favorite treats and Toys.

Water and a portable bowl

Plain leashes and collars are best for photos

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