Updated: Jun 13
With lockdown restrictions easing, I’ve been thinking long and hard about how I can adapt in order to do photoshoots in the safest way for everyone.
I’m planning a phased return to normality, with different shoots being introduced from June 15th. Safety for your pets, for you and for myself will be the priority. I am following government advice as closely as possible, and monitoring it for any changes.
Safety steps I’m taking:
I’ll wear a mask at all times
I’ll keep social distancing practices and maintain 2 meters away from you at all times
I will carry antibacterial hand gel with me at all times
I will predominantly shoot with my longer lenses
My sessions will only be outside until further notice
Shoots will be limited to members of the same household only
New Packages: I have developed two new packages which will allow me to get some gorgeous shots of your pets while still maintaining social distancing.
For dogs - Walkies package
I will accompany you and your dog on a socially distanced walk in the local countryside. We can get a collection of portrait, adventure, and dog and owner images all while maintaining a safe distance.
Dogs should be kept on a lead at all times, however this will be edited out later with the magic of photoshop!
Prices start at £50 for a 1 hour walk plus 5 image digital gallery, upgrades are available. Click here to read more.
For horses - In the Field package
Ideal for owners who keep their horses in or have access to a private field or outside area. Portrait shots, horse and rider portraits and liberty style shots will be possible, especially if your horse is used to a lunge rein.
Prices start from £50 for 1 hour plus a 5 image digital gallery. Upgrades including prints and framed images are available. Click here to read more.
Shoots for smaller pets such as rabbits, snakes, cats etc where I would usually visit the home are currently unavailable. As restrictions ease, this will change. Keep checking back for updates.
Get in contact now if you want to book in from June 15th!