It’s Week Two of the professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle and this week we’re using our photography to “tell a story.” Photographs not only capture a moment in time they also tell a story. Sometimes you might create a series of images to tell your story and sometimes you might need just one. This week I’m going to use one image to tell a story.
One of the hardest things to do as a pet photographer is and end-of-life session, but they are also one of the most important and rewarding things we can do. My “Silver Paws Legacy” sessions are for terminally ill or senior dogs whose time is limited. I schedule these sessions on an as-needed basis because it’s important to be able to do them when the need arises. If you have an ill or senior dog, I highly encourage you to schedule a session for them as soon as possible because you never know how much time is left. Sadly, Meako passed away two days after we did his session.
See what stories Jo Lyons Photography, the down-to-earth dog-loving photographer for cherished dogs of the Great Lakes NSW has to tell and then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
If you would like to book a custom pet portrait session send us an email to suzi [at] petlovephotography.com, or give us a call at 513.655.5696.