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How to Care for Your Art from Your Dog Photography Session

Have you ever gone through old photographs that are yellow, brittle, & cracked?  I don’t want that to happen to you. While I do everything I can to provide you with archival quality artwork, there are a few things you need to be aware of to keep your art looking...

5 Things To Prepare Before Your Dog’s Photo Shoot

What do you need for your dog's photo shoot? Have you ever had that dream where you show up to school naked? Lets avoid that feeling of being completely unprepared by making sure you’ve got everything you need before you show up for your session… fully clothed...

The Process of a Pet Photography Session

Begin with the End in Mind While the best place to start is always at the beginning, I find that having a plan for the final product is just as important. This is why one of the first questions I'll ask you when planning your pet photography session is, "How would you...

Your Photo Album Tells Your Dog’s Story

An Album Tells a Story - Your Story While a gorgeous wall portrait of your dog captures your dog as they are in a single moment, it's only a piece of the story. The album we create from your pet photography session shows they way your dog's tongue curls up when he...

How Loss Made Me A Pet Photographer

No One Wants to Talk About the Loss of a Pet Today my Google calendar reminded me that 10 years ago today Renee drove into downtown Atlanta to meet a family surrendering Sissy the Siberian Husky. Sissy's first family dad was in the military and when he was deployed...

5 Must Have Photos from Your Pet Photography Session

What are the 5 Must Have Photos from your Pet Photography Session? Your camera roll is full of every possible pose from your dog you can imagine - sleeping, a running blur, sitting, tongue out, tongue in, etc and every single one is absolutely adorable! But, when it...

4 Ideas for Decorating Your Wall With Dog Photography

Your wall needs more than an 8 x 10 Nothing brings a smile faster than seeing your favorite furry face on the wall, but simply slapping a framed tiny 8 x 10 print over your couch isn’t going to cut it. In this blog, I’m going to share 4 Ideas for Designing A Gallery...

Learn Why A Sunrise Session Might Be Perfect for Your Dog

Let’s face it, getting up & camera ready before the sun comes up - especially on a day off work - might not be your idea of a good time. But what if I told you that a sunrise session might be perfect for your dog - and 100% worth snagging that extra cup of coffee?...

How to Choose the Best Pet Photographer in Atlanta for You & Your Pets

Picking A Pet Photographer Choosing the right photographer is not an easy or straightforward task no matter what you are capturing. I was lucky enough to be recently named among the Top Ten Atlanta Pet Photographers by PeerSpace, but I am certainly not the Atlanta...

Yes, Even Your Dog Can Have Professional Pet Photos

How do you know if your dog can have professional pet photos? Maybe you worry that your dog is too: Hyperactive Reactive Untrained Blind or deaf Timid, Afraid, or Nervous In this blog, I’m going to share some tips & tricks I’ve learned as a professional pet...

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The Best Dog Collars for Pet Photography

The Best Dog Collars for Pet Photography

Choosing the best collars for your dog's photography session is just as important as choosing what you're going to wear in the photos. And, there are nearly as many options for your dog's wardrobe as your own! In this blog I'm sharing my reccomended best dog collars...

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Tricks to Get Dogs to Look at the Camera

Tricks to Get Dogs to Look at the Camera

The first rule of pet photography club is we don't talk about pet photography... oh wait - that's a different movie. The actual first rule in pet photography is to deliver an image with the dog looking directly at the camera, but that can be a little easier said than...

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Learn Why A Sunrise Session Might Be Perfect for Your Dog

Learn Why A Sunrise Session Might Be Perfect for Your Dog

Let’s face it, getting up & camera ready before the sun comes up - especially on a day off work - might not be your idea of a good time. But what if I told you that a sunrise session might be perfect for your dog - and 100% worth snagging that extra cup of coffee?...

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3 Cool Summer Treats for Hot Dogs

3 Cool Summer Treats for Hot Dogs

It’s coming. The brutal humid heat of another southern summer is nearly upon us here in the outskirts of Atlanta. And with the summer heat comes the season of hot & panting dogs. Our dogs need a few cool summer treats to keep them comfortable. While we might reach...

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5 Must Have Photos from Your Pet Photography Session

5 Must Have Photos from Your Pet Photography Session

What are the 5 Must Have Photos from your Pet Photography Session? Your camera roll is full of every possible pose from your dog you can imagine - sleeping, a running blur, sitting, tongue out, tongue in, etc and every single one is absolutely adorable! But, when it...

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How to Prepare Your Horse for Their Equine Photo Session

How to Prepare Your Horse for Their Equine Photo Session

What do you need for your horse's photo shoot? Have you ever had that dream where you show up to school naked? Let's avoid that feeling of being completely unprepared by making sure you’ve got everything you need before you show up for your session… fully clothed...

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What to Wear for Your Equine Photo Session

What to Wear for Your Equine Photo Session

What do you wear to your horse's photo session?   In this blog, I'm going to share a few tips & tricks for choosing what to wear for your equine photo shoot.  If you're like me, my barn attire often consists of a very messy bun, jeans that are almost more...

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Yes, Even Your Dog Can Have Professional Pet Photos

Yes, Even Your Dog Can Have Professional Pet Photos

How do you know if your dog can have professional pet photos? Maybe you worry that your dog is too: Hyperactive Reactive Untrained Blind or deaf Timid, Afraid, or Nervous In this blog, I’m going to share some tips & tricks I’ve learned as a professional pet...

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The One Time There Was A Dog I Couldn’t Photograph

The One Time There Was A Dog I Couldn’t Photograph

I Could Not Take Her Picture Emma spent the first month as our foster dog in early 2011 living under our bed. She was terrified of people and we had to slide her food bowl under the bed and leave the house for her to eat. Eventually, she came to trust us. We could pet...

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