Happy New Year! It's 2020, and we have plenty to shout about as the decade kicks off. I'll admit it's tough to keep up with posting all of our shoots, which too are covered on our Instagram and Facebook pages - definitely do a quick search and follow along in those places, too, for weekly updates and samples of our brand.
We're immersed in pet photography requests, and our product line of wall art and photo boxes. If you don't see pricing on the site yet, PLEASE call or email a request for the product pricing and session costs - we can't wait to hear from you and meet your dog or other pet!
I mention your dog OR pet above as we've photographed birds, rabbits, chinchillas, a lizard or two, cats of course, and really - MORE.
We mentioned our shoot with Robin in the last post, and the images she ordered on canvas are fantastic. What a fun shoot, and a neat challenge to get out into the trails of Eastern Long Island to make them.
We first met Robin over a decade ago when we photographed her rescue greyhound, putting her into the Loyal Client category - she's amazing, what she gives of herself to helping animals. I still have all the images we shot with the folks at the Grateful Greyhounds, including Robin's amazing pup and more.
We've had a lot of pet shoots in the past several weeks as we try to get ahead of the cold, snowy weather - we try to coordinate colors and keep in mind everyone's goal of prints and decor before the shoot.
Then again, a little snow never hurt anyone if you're willing to lay down in it and wrap your camera in plastic, as Doreen's dogs' images illustrate. What an amazing morning... It was hard NOT to get a bad shot as these Australian Shepherds hit the fresh, white playgrounds!
And of course who could forget to mention our fundraiser with the great local gang at Greenlawn's Pawfect Pet Den? Santa came by - a very good, patient Santa - and cuddled with scores of local area pets to help raise funds with Give a Dog a Dream for The Town of Huntington Animal Shelter. An amazing day, we think, where the community came together with local businesses to help shelter pets. Thanks to all who participated!