Hertfordshire Family and Dog Photographer
Firstly I have to admit I’m really not a dog person. However, I am fully aware that they are an integral part of so many families. I know this, I’ve seen the love. In fact I know they are as important as any other family member. Therefore, if I get asked if a family can bring their dog along to their photo shoot I am always going to encourage it. I’m proudly a Hertfordshire family AND DOG photographer!
However, I am definitely not a dog whisperer. You’re going to have to help me out!
Natural Family and Dog Photography.
Family photography should involve ALL the family. Helpfully, having your furry friends there keeps everyone relaxed.
There’s something about bringing a dog along to a family photography shoot that definitely adds to it. Furthermore dogs relax you, they make you laugh and they’re unpredictability certainly rivals the kids! Luckily I’m pretty laid back and patient. Usually I don’t have to wait long to see that magical connection between you and your canine buddies.
None the less, it is suggested that we never work with children or animals. However, I’m not really one to follow the crowd. To clarify, a bit of chaos never hurt anyone. Also, it makes great photography.
Where can my Hertfordshire family and dog photography happen?
Importantly as your family and dog photographer I want to capture who you are as a family. To summarise, you can bring along a noisy gang of kids, the family pet, mum’s, dad’s, grandparent’s or cousins. Simply put, the more the merrier!
To conclude, all you need is to be yourselves. Leave it to me to make beautiful, emotive images that will provoke happy memories. Tangible memories of a time in your lives that you won’t get back.
Family and Dog Photography With Heart and Soul.
Below are a few favourite images of recent photo shoots where the dog came too. I hope you enjoy them.
If you need a Hertfordshire family and dog photographer, I would love to hear from you. It’s simple to drop me a line on this page here. I’ll get back to you.
Furthermore, to see more of what I do, visit my home page here.