Dog Portraits - Studio Photoshoots

Steve Lowrey Photography

Dog Studio Photography

Recent years have seen a rise in the popularity of dog portraits as pet owners want to immortalise the distinct character and beauty of their furry pals. Although outdoor picture shoots can provide stunning backgrounds and natural lighting, there are numerous benefits to having your dog’s portrait taken in a professional studio, particularly in the winter.

A studio, first and foremost, offers a regulated atmosphere where the temperature, lighting, and background may be changed to create the ideal scene for your pet. By doing this, you can be sure that your dog will be content and relaxed for excellent photos. On the other hand, colder temperatures can make your dog uneasy and uncooperative, which makes for poor shots.

Also, a professional studio enables a variety of poses and looks that might not be achievable outside. On indoor furniture or logs, your pet can adopt standing, lying down, and seated poses to create a distinctive and fashionable appearance. The photographer can also play with with various lighting setups to produce a range of moods and effects, from dramatic and melancholy to bright and cheery.

One of the benefits of having your dog image shot in a studio is that you can choose to have your pet photographed alone or with you. This enables you to document the unique relationship you share with your animal buddy and produce a priceless memory that you may enjoy for a lifetime. Also, involving the owner in the shot can help soothe anxious or tense dogs, enhancing everyone’s enjoyment of the photo shoot and reducing tension.

A studio portrait also has the benefit of giving you more creative freedom. In order to create a special and customised portrait that captures your pet’s character and sense of style, the photographer can experiment with various backdrops and props. This might range from eye-catching backgrounds to entertaining and eccentric objects like hats or toys.

Ultimately, whereas dog photos taken outside might be lovely, a professional studio has numerous benefits, especially in the winter. More artistic freedom, a greater variety of postures and styling options, and a more relaxing and comfortable experience for your pet are all made possible by the controlled atmosphere. Hence, think about getting a professional studio portrait of your pet if you want to capture their distinct beauty and personality.

Puppy asleep during photoshoot in Atherton

After dog photo shoot

Once the photography session is over  I will prepare your images for you to choose from.

All my images are supplied in digital format. In addition to this, I can arrange prints of various sizes and wall art in many formats including canvas.

I have many examples in my studio for you to view if you wish.

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