Dog Photography

Dog Photography

I Love My Dog

We all love our dogs.  My dog is called Bonnie.  She’s the Brittany Spaniel on the right in the photo above.

I love this shot because it shows Bonnie really having fun doing what dogs do best – running around.  We have this photo hanging in our kitchen as a big wall portrait.  The kitchen is Bonnie’s main room in the house so we get lots of comments from friends saying “that’s a really great photo. Is that Bonnie? Who took it ? You did ! Oh yes you’re a photographer.”

Photographing Your Dog

For many of us, the photo has become an instant sharing experience on social media.  Life has become a “Gosh that’s a lovely photo” experience so we end up with a stack of photos on the cloud that we may browse occasionally but mostly the photos are really forgotten.

Generally we don’t print photos any more.  Printing big photos has never been a thing that many people do.  You might have thought of ordering a big canvas from an offer only to be disappointed when the image comes back a bit soft and the colours aren’t as you expected.  There’s an art to printing large photographs.  To do it properly, you need to correctly size and sharpen the image for print.  It can end up being an expensive mistake if you’r not sure what you’re doing.

Wall Portraits of Your Dog   

No matter how many photos you have on your phone,  the one that really matters is the really nice wall portrait of your furry friend.

Taking a sitting portrait is relatively easy using your phone if your dog is reasonably obedient.  The exception here is black dogs.  Taking action photos is much more difficult although with the right camera, lenses and a bit of practice most people will manage. 

Book Your Dog Photography Session

If you want to choose a fabulous wall portrait image for your dog let me help you.

  • Take the photographs
  • Help you choose your favourite images
  • Help you choose the frames or finish to suit the photograph
  • Create a wall portrait of your dog that you will love

Dog portraits are challenging but fun.  If you like the thought of having your own dog portraits, then you’ve come to the right place. 

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Ken Reid Photography,

4 Alton Holding, Milton of Campsie, G66 8AD, 

Tel: 0141 255 0462

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