It’s a good idea to measure up wall space and have a look through our portfolio so that you have a good idea of what you want out of your shoot.
You will be involved in crafting the set ups to the best of your physically ability so arranging for family and friends to assist on the shoot will be helpful.
You, your friends and family may want to be in some of the pictures so make sure you’re wearing clothes that you like or perhaps even coordinate your outfits but still dress appropriately for the weather.
You may be tempted to tire your dog out before the shoot but we would rather they have enough energy to be able to express themselves for the camera. We want to capture what it is that makes them so special to you.
Bring a selection of toys, treats or accessories that will help to get your dog’s attention and make your pictures unique. You could even give your dog a small breakfast so those treats look extra appetising!
If your dog usually wears a harness, bring a collar and lead as well so that we can easily edit out the lead from the final images if we need to.