Pet Photo Sessions are available. Be sure to check out a few of my furry clients, who would be happy to waggle their tail 5 times high after seeing themselves on your wall, or be the Wall!
I serve the Hamilton Area, with a portable studio to bring to you, which makes it super convenient. I have a police check and do volunteer work for our local SPCA. You may have seen me there before taking photos of their animals as well as for events, like the very first 2014’s Halloween Event, Picture your Pet with Santa and others. I also provide them with photos for their website, and their Promos and Christmas cards and post cards and the like.
My clients are various sizes, from hairy to not so hairy, from little tiny Praying Mantis to your Clydesdale.
Take a look through the site to see if you like my work.
If you like to get more information, check out the Rates tab, it’s beneath the Snackie Secrets main tab, and select your package. There is no obligation, you can use the Book Now button to send me any questions before you decide on anything.
Early Risings capturing the worlds beauty when it awakes. Sun rises from local and abroad locations.
Find some neat travel locations, and follow me through the amazing road trip locations we are taking. You might find a location you like and take on your own journey.
Be sure to come back once in a while to see if these have updated. As much as I like to travel, I can only do this once a year, since you know…actual day to day work does not involve this type of awesomeness.
What’s in the bag?
I use a Nikon D800 for all. It is a Full Frame camera, so you can blow up your Pet Photos to a pretty enormous size, for instance make a mural for your entire wall? -Yep that is entirely possible!
Lenses for Pet Sessions:
Sigma 24-70mm f2/8
Nikon 105mm f2/8
Lenses for Landscape and Architecture:
Tamron 15-30mm f2/8
Nikon 16-35mm f4
Nikon 60mm f2/8
Nikon 80-200mm f2/8
A portable light studio with one Octabox and a rectangle Softbox. I mostly use the Yongnuo Speed lights just for their portability with two Flash triggers.
I also have larger studio lights, but they often stay home, just due to them needing t be plugged in vs the speed lights just need batteries.
What’s on my “want next” list?