It’s TOTALLY unfair how short our pet’s time with us is. Their company, love, humour and hearts are so interwoven and integral to our lives (and come on, how many of you have iThings that are not filled with dark, out of focus, blurry photos of them???)
Those crappy iPhone pix are not enough. You can’t hang them on your wall or frame them on your desk. They’ll stay, crowded with your selfies, with the thousands of food, cloud and feet shots, until whatever storage you have is full. The years will go by and you’ll always be scrolling back further. You say you’ll sort them all ‘one day’ but you and I know that’s never going to happen. Then, when your pets pass… all you’ll have are low resolution crappy shots that can only live on your iThing. Never on your walls, desks, bed tables. Only on a screen.
Your pets deserve better.
And you know it.
Do yourself a favor- get them done right. Now.
The Amazing Emily, a gorgeous wee Yorkshire Terrier. I received a call from Emily’s owner, saying that her days were numbered and her family realized they had never appropriately documented her in all her splendour.
Granted she may no longer be in her ‘prime,’ but her spirit and charm were immovable and it was crucial she be captured for her family to hold her both in their hearts and minds throughout all the years to come.
I clearly fell head over heels in love with her upon first glance.
Now her family have photos to reflect on her fabulousness forever.
I cannot tell you how much i love love love this photo. For so many reasons. That guinea pig (who’s name is, of course, “Ocean”) and that smile from the girl to me is priceless. A perfect end of summer day.
For headshot/portrait shoots, there is someone whom I particularly need to thank for continuing to share their extraordinary unique, endlessly supportive and continuously beneficial contributions to each and every session. Ladies and Gentlemen… the one and only Chaplin.
recently i’ve been delving into dog photography! i figure i love them so much and they’re pretty much little people dressed in fur that it’s a natural progression… i know everyone i know is thinking ‘oh please, it was just a matter of time…’