Pets are part of the family too and are always welcome at family sessions, but if you have a special fur baby that you want photographed I can capture their personality in photos to treatsure forever.
I've always grown up with pets, family friends would call our house 'a zoo' with all the creatures and critters we shared it with. Each animal was so unique, had their own persoanilty, quirks and special bond with us. As I've grown up and talk about all our pets I find myself wishing I had more photos of them. We have albums full of family photos but not enough of our pets on their own in a way that shows how special they were to our family.
Dogs are a man's best friend, they keep you company on long walks, keep you warm on the sofa and are the most loyal and affectionate friend you'll ever have. In your dog's very own photoshoot we enjoy a dog walk, play games and most importantly capture all of this in timeless photographs that let your dog's personality shine.
I take a mixed of posed photos as well as action shots. Every pooch is different so before your session we'll have a long chat about your dog and they things they like. We can do the shoot in their favourite park or even your own back garden, picking a location that's special to you makes the photographs have even more meaning and allows your dog to be happy and relaxed during the shoot.
Photoshoots are available throughout Surrey and South West London, get in touch for more details or to arrange your shoot. Includes a 1 hour photoshoot at a location of your choice in Surrey or South West London and 1 High Resolution Digital Images. A private online viewing gallery is available within 3 days of your shoot to view your images.
"Harry loved his shoot! Ruth was fantastically patient with our very exciteable puppy and got great shots of him. He's grown so much already I can't belive he was every that tiny!" Steph C - Cheam
Call 07985 788 076 or email email@example.com to discuss your family portraits.
Your Award-winning Photographer
Ruth is a qualified member of the Master Photographers Association (MPA) and a multi-award winning portrait photographer. She has over 8 years experience of providing professional family portrait photography covering all ages from new-born babies to great-grandparents.
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