Frequently Asked Questions
Ideally, we would arrange the photo shoot for a time of day where your pet is normally more settled, such as after a meal, following a walk, etc. If lighting is used, I would acclimatise your pet to it, which they normally respond very quickly to. Should it be apparent that your pet is distressed or won't settle, we would discuss options, such as postponing the shoot.
Yes, this is normally achievable for small and medium sized pets, where I would set up a portable studio to get the desired results. Where this is not practical or for larger animals, it is often possible to create a composite photograph, which is an edited image that places your pet against a digital background to give the look of a studio background being used.
It really depends on the style of the photo you wish. For example, it may be an event/action style if you are wishing images of you jumping, or it could be a more formal portrait. Each job is priced on it's requirements, therefore once I was aware of these I would be able to give you an accurate costing.
Yes, that would not be a problem and I actually encourage pet photo shoots to be done at your home or a familiar location to your pet. This helps your pet to relax and allows their unique character to shine through.
Yes I can. I out-source any printing to local companies, which give much more choice over sizes, papers, etc. The cost of any prints would be factored into the quote you would receive prior to booking
Yes, absolutely fine. You can mix and match pets within the photos. The main criteria is that all of the photos are taken at the same booked shoot.