Do you have a question about a dog photography session? If you can't find an answer to your question below, feel free to contact me.
What if my dog is crazy?
What if my dog doesnt know sit or stay?
Does my dog have to be off leash?
Can you photograph my dogs together?
Can I get in a photo with my dog?
How long will it take to see the final photos?
Can I purchase digitals?
Embrace the craze! Sometimes a hyper dog gives the best photo ops. I have tips and tricks to get even the craziest dog to focus.
That's ok! Sometimes all they need is a little time to acclimate to the new surrounding or new people. Once they settle in, it will be easier to capture their attention using food as a motivator or even unique sounds.
Other than in the studio which is a safe place, no. It is not required for your dog to be off leash. To insure the safety of not only your dog but others that may be around during your session, I do not recommend or encourage dogs to be off leash.
Any time there is more than one dog at a session, I will try to capture them together. Sometimes this is easier said than done. In those cases, I will try my best to create a little magic during the editing process.
I typically tell clients to give me a week though usually it's just a couple of days. I will send you a link to your online gallery where you can view your photos and select what you would like to purchase.
Absolutely, although I highly recommend purchasing the high quality prints I am able to provide by working with a professional print. I would hate to see you invest in a session only to have your prints done through a consumer photo lab.
This photographer does a great job comparing the differences between a pro print lab vs. a consumer lab (Walmart, Shutterfly, CVS, Target). The colors, highlights, shadows, contrast are all visibly inconsistent with the photographers original photo.
Link to the full article: http://jessfoto.com/print-comparisons-pro-vs-consumer/