Holiday Pet Photographer

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Finding the best pet photographer for your pet’s portrait is an absolute must if your goal is to get the best possible result that will bring out the personality of your pet in the stillshots. A pet photographer with local insider Holiday knowledge can give you more than just an experienced person operating the camera, but someone who knows the best local places to shoot and can give your photos a more authentic local feel.
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Professional Photographer in Holiday

Pet Photographer Near MeWe offer a full-range of pet photography services, from studio shoots as well as on-location photography. We pride ourselves on providing an exceptional service and a relaxed and enjoyable experience for you and your pet.

Other photographic services we provide include:

  • Professional Headshots
  • Portrait Photography
  • Family Portraits
  • Baby Photographs
  • Wedding Photography
  • Senior Portraits
  • ..and much more!

Why not get in touch and ask to look at our pet photography portfolio? So, depending on what kind of shoot you have in mind, we have a Holiday studio shoot or we can photograph outdoors in or around the city if you prefer…or both, if what you prefer. The object is to capture and convey your own pet’s unique appeal and charm, no matter where we do the shoot. So please get in touch and we’d be more than happy to provide you with as much information as you need, as well as offering testimonials, so you can decide if we are the pet photographer service that you would like to work with here in Holiday. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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5 Reasons You Why You Should Consider Hiring a Professional Pet Photographer

Sure, camera equipment is relatively inexpensive, but amateurs are still amateurs. Here’s how a professional can make a big difference to the end results of your pet photography.

Pet photography varies from photographs of domesticated animals (dogs to cats to birds) to more editorial type shots that make every effort to capture the beauty of animals (think horse and equine photography) connecting in their natural or domestic environment.

Excellent pet photography seeks to show, creatively, the character of the creature being photographed. These shoots can be held in various locations, from studio to on-location. The majority of pet photographers have their own style and while some may shoot all sorts of animals, certain professional photographers may specialize particular kinds of animals.

Here are five excellent reasons why you cannot beat a hiring a professional pet photographer.

1. You cannot substitute for knowledge and experience

Technological developments have made premium photography equipment much more affordable for amateur photographers, however amateurs are still amateurs. Professional photographers don’t just have the camera, lenses, and other equipment required to get the ideal shot, they have the training and experience to do so too.

2. You can’t beat the creativity of a professional pet photographer

Your pet’s personality can shines through in the photos that you take of him/her. The best pet photographers take into consideration not only the character of your pet but also their lifestyle.

3. It cannot get any easier

Let the professional crawl around on the ground – or jump in the pool – while you sit back, unwind, and view the action unfold. You may just grab a couple of tips to improve your own pet photography skills.

4. You can’t beat the end-result

A professional pet photographer will have the knowledge to snap the very best images in the least amount of time. They generally charge by the hour and have no desire to waste their time or yours.

5. You can participate in the fun

Most professional pet photographers these days aim to record the bond between you and your pet, resulting in a cherished image that will undoubtedly hang in a place of significance in your home for years to come.

Tips on choosing a professional pet photographer

1. Find a specialist photographer

When picking a pet photographer, you really should choose somebody who likes and is comfortable with your pet – someone who dislikes cats, but enjoys dogs is not a great choice to photograph Kitty. By the same token, a love of dogs does not suggest your photographer is comfortable or has experience shooting horse photography in an arena. Seek out a photographer who has experience shooting your species of pet, make them understand exactly what you’re looking for in your pet shoot, and check out their online portfolio to check for experience and style compatibility.

Check out a photographer’s website to see their previous work, and then interview them prior to scheduling an appointment. Ask about the creative process and how the actual session will unfold. Ensure you feel comfortable with the photographer before scheduling the actual shoot. If you do not click with him or her, odds are your pet will not either.

2. Determine the deliverables

Discuss before the shoot with your pet photographer on what your goals are for the photography session and what you plan to do with the photos. Communicating where and how you plan to use the images can help your photographer get the photographs that you are searching for and ensure that the final deliverables fulfill your expectations.

3. Scheduling the shoot

When shooting outdoors think about the comfort of your pet and try to schedule your shoot with favorable lighting conditions – normally late afternoon. By minimizing the amount of equipment and lighting your photographer needs on the shoot, you also help to decrease the tension the photo shoot might cause for your animal. When shooting in a studio, bring a preferred toy or other pet item. And in all cases, take treats with you.

4. After the photography session

Most pet pictures will be provided digitally. The pet photographer will generally let you preview the proofs so you can identify your preferred photographs and you for that reason don’t end up paying for photos that you do not want. Be sure to ask if the photographs will be delivered unedited, or will the photographer use software to do some post-production touch up work (where the photographer remedies lighting, color grades or gets rid of imperfections, etc from the photos).

Just how much does Pet Photography cost?

Animal photography pricing will have to be set based upon the type of photography (studio or in the field) needed and the level of equipment and ability required to get the shot for the customer. Aspects that will figure out the cost will be experience, equipment, travel, threats, environmental elements and the specific customer requirements. Some photographer will charge per session and others may charge by print. Discuss with the photographer about their pay structure and how they break it down. And be sure you discuss how they wish to manage the photograph rights as acquiring full rights to the images will add to the cost.

Look for a special offer if you can. Professional pet photography can be pricey. If you have restricted funds, keep your eye out for a discount. A lot of professional photographers are moving into pet photography and want to draw in new clients; also certain times of year business might be slow for those both established and new pet photographers. However, always keep quality in mind and do your research before putting down any money, no matter how good the deal might sound.

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More About Holiday, Florida

Holiday is a census-designated place (CDP) in Pasco County, Florida, United States. It is a suburb of the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 22,403 as of the 2010 census.

In the early 1960s, William W. Boyd, president of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Tarpon Springs, noted the name Holiday Drive on a map near the site of the proposed branch to be built in southwestern Pasco County and asked his board of directors to give the name to the new branch. Later Boyd began drumming up support to name the community Holiday.

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