Pet Photo Session Info
Hello, I am Brett Turner, and I am the artist who will be photographing your pet. As you might imagine, a photo shoot with a pet presents many challenges that traditional photo shoots with people do not have. To get the most out of our session, please consider the following points.
Getting To Know Each Other
It is important for me to get to know you and your pet before I show up to the shoot. By understand your pet's personality, habits, training level, etc., I will be able to better prepare for a successful day with your pet.
The "Alpha" Family Member
Oftentimes, there is a particlar member of a family that a pet most identifies with. This member of your family should be present for your pet's photo session.
Toys, Whistles, and Treats!
Make sure your pet's favorite toys and treats are readily accessable. We can use these items to provoke behaviors and reward your pet for a job well done.
Scout for a Location
If we are planning a photo shoot at your home, dog park, or anywhere other than my studio, it is important for your to choose a location(s) that your pet feels comfortable with. The camera and lights will be a new enough experience for your pet so a familiar location is something to keep them at ease.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or ideas. I would love to speak with you about your project.