Negative space images are some of my favourite - they are simple and can convey a sense of calm and peace. I try to incorporate a few of these into all of my dog photography sessions. Read more to find out about using negative space in pet photography
Spring in Toronto is such a great time for dog photography - lovely blue skies, green grass and warm weather make for wonderful pet photos for your albums or wall art. Check out this late spring pet photo session
Our pets are loyal and loving family members. They share special moments with us, the ups and downs of life, in happy or sad times. They are our friends, companions and playmates. So let’s get some people and their pet photographs and make them an important part of our family stories.
This week’s pet project photography theme is “green.” While I am enjoying the warm weather in South Florida and taking a break from the cold Toronto winter, I haven’t had the opportunity to do any dog photography this week. I did photograph one stunning cat though. But I decided to focus on wildlife.
Dog photographers usually have their preference of doing photo sessions at beautiful outdoor locations or indoor studios. But there are of course times when it is simply not feasible to take a pet out of its home, or perhaps the owners simply prefer to have their pet portraits done in a familiar place.
What you need to know to plan for an at home pet photography session