Sorry! Commissions are currently CLOSED as I am fully booked for 2018. If you would like to be on the waiting list for 2019, please fill out the form below.
Price List – 2019
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In order to secure your slot, a high resolution photo must be required and approved at time of booking. (Please see photo guide below for help and advice on taking the best photo for your portrait.) For more than two subjects in a portrait, please contact me for an individual quote.
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For anywhere else in the world your parcel will be sent tracked, please contact me for an individual shipping quote.
Taking the right photo is a very important part in the process of creating your pet portrait. This guide will explain what makes a good photo and what makes a bad one. Please feel free to email me your photos and I will let you know whether they are suitable.
This is a great example of a photo that would make the perfect portrait.
- High resolution photo taken with a digital camera.
- Taken outside in natural daylight. (Not direct sunlight)
- The photo is taken at the same level as the dog.
- When zooming in, we can see a lot of detail in the face and a good reflection in the eyes. A good way of testing whether a photo is detailed enough is to zoom in on the face. If you can see the individual hairs on the dog’s coat, then it is a high enough resolution for me to work from.
Bad Photo: Distance
This photo would not work as the dog is too far away from the camera, when zooming in no detail can be seen in his face.
Bad photo: Action Shot
Dogs caught in action do not make for a good shot as they often appear blurry.
Bad photo: Artificial Light
Photos taken in artificial light are not suitable as the colour of the dogs fur is often altered by the unnatural lighting.