Man's Best Friend
So I decided that I definitely do not photograph pets enough in the studio! I took action straight away and organised a pet day! Fortunately for me, as a fellow dog lover I had tons of pooches book in for their headshots! We started off the day with a bang, by having young napoleon in for his session. He has visited me before but had obviously been practising as he was a complete rockstar! From then onwards we had numerous characters enter the studio. Two lively boxers who kept licking the camera at any opportunity they had. They were definitely loving the limelight.
It was definitely one of my most chaotic days in the studio but I couldn't get enough of it. I had Lisa, a girl from the local college helping me out on the day for work experience and between us we laughed ourselves till our faces hurt! If you fancy getting your pet a photo shoot please get in touch! They are more photogenic than you think, and as we found out love the spotlight! I have popped together some of my favourite shots from the day!
What did I tell you! Absolute posers. The pug in the middle below is my own. He is called Bert and definitely wanted to get in on the action.I rarely get the chance to bring him to the studio so he loved the doggy day and all the attention he recieved! Who is your favourite? I would love to see your pets! Get in touch if you want to book a pet photo shoot! Lots of love,
Charlotte Talbot Photography
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