Pet Portraits To Treasure
We love our Pet Portraits at Ian Robinson Photography. Our studio at 52 Green Lane, Sale has had visitors of all breeds! What do they say?.. Don’t work with children and animals?.. We love children and we love animals too!
Introducing your Pet
Like a human, your pet and myself need to acquaint. It would be impossible for you to call into the studio, then start shooting, it just doesn’t work. Just like our wedding clients, any clients for that matter, it’s important that we get to know one another. We allow plenty of time for just that. We give your pet free reign to explore the studio, familiarise themselves with the environment, we allow them to explore, to have a good sniff around. It engenders trust. I will lower myself onto the floor, even to lie down. This is all part of the relationship and building of trust between myself and my furry visitor.
Each individual has it’s own character, as do each breed too. It never ceases to amaze me how each breed reacts and behaves to the experience of being in the studio. One thing we have learnt here at Ian Robinson Photography is that timing is everything. Often you only have one opportunity to capture ‘that’ shot. Their attention span is limited, so you need to have your wits about you, otherwise you miss your opportunity and it’s gone. I whistle, I shout, I squeak, I quack.. Indeed any unfamiliar noise is what I’m looking to acheive. This way we have a greater opportunity of attracting your pet’s attention for that ‘killer’ shot!
Fun experience with your Pet
All of our clients say one thing, ‘that was such fun’. It really is a treat and when we project the images onto screen, it’s always to a warm ‘orrr, that’s gorgeous’, or ‘orrr, that’s amazing’. I really do love my job, I’m in such a privileged position to create such images for clients to treasure.