Dog Photography Prices

Pricing & Session Costs

Your dog is one of a kind, so why not make your photoshoot experience with them just as special?

Depending on what you want to capture and how much time you have for the shoot will determine which package suits.

We like to make it clear from the outset how much you will be paying and what you get for your hard earned cash!

I’ve been a professional photographer for 6 years, and I absolutely love what I do. Nobody likes when you feel pressured to buy anything that they can’t afford or don’t want – so please let me know if there is any pressure at all.

The most important thing you are investing in is actually my skill as a qualified photographer! It takes time, effort and training to be able to produce the beautiful pictures that will hang on your walls after our viewing session has finished. But rest assured: nobody needs worry about being under pressure or feeling like they have no other choice but purchase something because of it’s price tag alone; we’ll go over everything with an open mind together first before making any decisions (including whether one chooses not to invest).

YOUR BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS DESERVE TO BE DISPLAYED

Money Back Guarantee

Choosing the right photographer for you and your loved ones is a big decision so you want to make sure that the choice you make is the right one.

I am confident that you will fall in love with the images I capture for you; in the unlikely event that you don’t love them I will refund your session fee to you in full.

You do not need to commit to any collections or products until the viewing session.

Dog Photoshot Session Fees

A telephone consultation so that we can plan your session, and tailor it to your dog

 60 Minute studio or outdoor portrait session

Gallery of up to 30 beautifully enhanced images to select from

A Zoom or in person viewing and ordering session – 1 to 2 weeks after the photoshoot

Weekend Shoot Fee: £125

Weekday Shoot Fee Special Offer: £75

The session fee doesn’t include any digital images, prints or products; these are purchased afterwards at your viewing.

You don’t need to commit to any packages or products until you’ve seen your photographs.

To give you an idea of total costs, our clients spend anything from £250 to £750 on their dog photography.

Let’s Plan Your Pawtrait Shoot

If you'd like to make a booking or ask a question about dog photoshoots you can get in touch here.

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