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Why Choose Professional Prints?

Your hiring a portrait artist If you're going through hiring an artist to capture portraits of your dog, or your family, or any event your hiring a photographer for you should take full advantage of their talent & skill. The artist can provide access to the best...

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...

Delivery Day

Like A Kid Christmas Morning   It's really hard to pick a favorite part of the process. I love every aspect from learning about the dog and your family in our consultation to the actual session to putting the final details on your images in post processing to...

The Images That Made Me A Pet Photographer

Willa - The Beginning In 2015, we were playing fetch in the yard at the Rescue Ranch and I of course had my camera, at the time a Nikon D3200 with a 17-55 mm kit lens. I was laying the on the ground and took this photo. Clearly, the horizon line isn't close to...

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...

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...

A Pet Photographer’s Secret

I take a LOT of phone photos. I have 4,112 photos currently on my  phone's camera roll (4,110 of those are of my kids... and by kids I mean dogs). #dogmomproud How many of you take photos on your phone? 🙋🏻‍♀️ How many of you have ever had a phone go kaput and lost...

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...

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Dotty for Dogs – A Pet Portrait Event

Dotty for Dogs – A Pet Portrait Event

Dotty for Dogs Now that the entire world has gone dotty, I'm so glad that we hosted Dotty for Dogs the begining of March. I'm also glad that the coronavirus or COVID-19 doesn't have spots as a symptom! Anyway, back to Dotty for Dogs, this was the second series in my...

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A Pet Photographer’s Secret

A Pet Photographer’s Secret

I take a LOT of phone photos. I have 4,112 photos currently on my  phone's camera roll (4,110 of those are of my kids... and by kids I mean dogs). #dogmomproud How many of you take photos on your phone? 🙋🏻‍♀️ How many of you have ever had a phone go kaput and lost...

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The Process of a Pet Photography Session

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...

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Pet Photography at Piedmont Park

Pet Photography at Piedmont Park

Dog Photography Session at Piedmont Park I was so excited to visit Piedmont Park in Atlanta again with Stella the labradoodle and Jeff for her pet photography session. Stella's dad had let me know that she could be a bit unsure of strangers. As with every dog...

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In Home Cat Photography Session

In Home Cat Photography Session

In Home Cat Photography When Shannan first emailed me, she simply asked if I could work with cats on location. I love working for cats. Dogs usually work with me, but cats... I work for them. For a pet photography session with a cat, I prefer to come to them. An in...

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Keeping An Old Dog Young

Keeping An Old Dog Young

Keeping Your Old Dog Young    How do you keep an aging dog feeling young? As our canine companions age they begin to slow down. Suddenly your usual couple mile walks or morning runs aren't so easy on older joints. Senior dogs also don't handle extreme temperatures as...

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Winston Takes A Spin Around Historic Madison

Winston Takes A Spin Around Historic Madison

Madison, Georgia's Chero-Cola Restoration  Winston's mom found me through a donation to the Human Rights Campaign annual Gala when I donated a session to raise funds. Winston is also a rescue pup (which is near and dear to my heart) from Angels Among Us, a rescue...

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Telling Stories – Rescue Dog Photography

Telling Stories – Rescue Dog Photography

Passing Time While many people get a puppy and then have that same dog through all the seasons of their life from puppyhood to teenager to young adult to middle aged and all the way through the senior and end of life stages over the period of a years, rescue condenses...

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National Adopt A Pet Month

National Adopt A Pet Month

Helping Rescue Dogs Find Homes  When I think back on my photography journey, I never thought photographing dogs would be where I would end up. In high school and college I worked for a marketing company that produced direct mail editorial magazine for prom dress...

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