Images you Love
They grow up so fast.
As a pet owner, I have three dogs. I get it, to do a photo session with everyone including your family pets, feels like a hassle. It's easier to avoid getting your family portraits just a little bit longer. However, the years seem to speed by more quickly, than ever.
- Worried that your pet(s) won't behave?
- Unsure what everyone should wear?
- Don't know what would look best on your walls?
What a fabulous photo, you defiantly captured her aura. You did well and should be proud.
Jeff, Palm springs
You captured Rush's spirit perfectly. Your work is amazing.
Marco, Cabo san lucas mexico
My heart is full from viewing the beautiful photographs.
LAURa, Indio hills, Ca
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
Use the link below to schedule a quick call so that I can learn more about you, and your pet. I will answer all of your questions, and help you start to plan your session.
Relax! The planning we did pays off. I will make it fun so both you and your pets feel comfortable. Don't be afraid to hop in for a few images of you together.
Let's keep this easy too. I will send you a link after your session. I am there to help you select your best images and artwork that fits your home perfectly.
You deserve photos of everyone
I hear all too often, from clients, that they wished they had taken the time to take professional photos of their pets and their family together.
Which is why, as a pet photographer, I love making the complete portrait process simple and fun for pets and their human companions.
So that you will have images you love to remember your bond always.
The next questions are how much will it cost, and when can you schedule your pet photography session.
I get it, trust me. Not only do you want to leave with images you love, but it's important to print them, so they can be enjoyed for years to come.
To see my pricing and learn more about how I can help you not only capture this moment in time, but preserve the memories for the future click the link below.
Hi I am Linda,
I love working with pets and over the years have learned that the number one factor to getting a great image of your pet is, trust. You have to trust the person behind the camera, in order for you and your pet to feel comfortable and relaxed.
Over the years, as a pet photographer, I have learned how to work with all types of dogs and their different personalities. This allows me to be able to engage and draw out their unique personalities, expressions and create those heartfelt moments.
My goal is to help you capture those intangible moments and turn them into tangible photographs and memories that last a lifetime