Pet and Wild Life Memories Captured:
Throughout our years of providing pet photography services to clients in BC we have gained the experience & expertise necessary to make this process as seamless as possible. If you have any questions; simply reach out.
By taking breaks and only shooting a couple of photos at a time, we have a happier, more engaged pet for the photo shoot.
We work in short increments to keep your pet interested. We think of your pet as a toddler, and you'll have a good idea of how long we can keep the pets attention span.
Pet and wildlife portraits like family portraits photography or portraiture in photography are photographs of a person, pet, or group of people that captures the personality of the subject by using effective lighting, backdrops, and poses. A portrait photograph might be artistic, or it might be clinical, as part of a medical study. Frequently, portraits are commissioned for special occasions, such as weddings or school events.
Pet and wildlife portraits can serve many purposes, from usage on a personal Web site, social media accounts to display in the lobby of a business.
There are many different techniques for wildlife and pet portrait photography. Often it is desirable to capture the subject's eyes and face in sharp focus while allowing other less important elements to be rendered in a soft focus. At other times, portraits of individual features might be the focus of a composition such as the hands, eyes or part of the subject's torso.
Additionally another style such as head shot has come out of the pet portraiture technique and has become a style on its own.
In photography the absence of light means the absence of any quality picture. A well lit subject is the aim of any photographer.
Lighting styles are therefore employed to make sure that such a goal is achieved. There are numerous ways through the desired lighting techniques that can be achieved. In photography, the angle at which the light hits a subject is crucial. Therefore a pet photographer will make sure that light angles on the subject are at their very best, and this involves the placing of lights at certain angles in relation to the subject, with the aim of achieving a given effect.