Booking a Photoshoot - Jane Hodges Pet Photography
Booking a Pet Photoshoot
How does a pet photo session work?
When we have booked your session and discussed your requirement, we will arrange a day and time to meet. I will then spend time to get to know your pet which will help them feel comfortable with me being there. Once they have got to know me, I will show them my camera and lenses and let them have a sniff if they wish. I use various lenses of differing lengths throughout the shoot, but more often than not it will be a longer lens so I don't need to be very close.
I am happy to come to your house and/or if you prefer we can do the pet photoshoot at a location near you that you and your dog are familiar with. I aim to make the photography session a fun and relaxed session.
A pet photoshoot will last between one and two hours with many hundreds of images being taken during a session. This is to ensure that I capture all of the photographs needed to make sure we achieve a great photoshoot. Once the session is over I will edit the photographs which will take around 10 days and I will then pop them into a special private password protected gallery on my website, this is completely confidential.
A session costs £99, this price includes reasonable travelling time, the photoshoot on the day as discussed in the initial correspondence, editing of the photos, and the password protected private gallery. I will then upload the photos once edited to the private gallery on my website for viewing. Alternatively I can come and present the images in person. You can then start to decide which images you would like to purchase.
The products purchased are produced using leading edge professional printing partners, where colour calibration is done at least twice a day on equipment designed to reproduce images to the highest standards. Your images are mounted and displayed in a range of beautiful frames, manufactured to impeccable standards, all of which ensure that your treasured images remain as outstanding as the day you receive them........