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Do’s for your pet! Groom and if necessary bath your pet.  Grooming can be a brushing to get all the mattes out, burrs/stickers etc.  It may also mean a trip to the groomers.   Plan on using their ‘good’ or a new collar.  We ask that pets stay on leash which we will remove later on. […]

Session Preparation – Grooming For 4 Leggers – Dog Photographer Wichita KS

February 2, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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I love my cat – she’s my girl and I would love to get some photos done of her She is a little bit of a scaredy cat. ~John, human pet/movable furniture to Fred the medium haired brown tabby cat. Ah yes cats. We are very familiar with the four legged purring kind. Believe us […]

I would love pictures but I own a cat and she’s kinda picky… – Wichita Pet Photography

January 31, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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We met Mr Argos during his session with his people at Sedgwick County Park.  As Corgi/Aussie mix, means he’s fluffy, cute as a button and short…we have that in common. Argos rocked his session with his people!  

Argos & His People

January 27, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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It’s not hot. Trust me your pet does not really like having to stand outside in 100F temps! Plus you get to showcase those great boots you only get to wear in winter at your session! Session time! Winter means that less sun. While it’s not super warm out, it means that you won’t be […]

The top 5 (okay 6) reasons why winter is a great time for a pet session! – Wichita Pet Photographer

January 23, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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When thinking about your session, planning is key. It’s an investment on your memories so a little planning can go a long way. At your preconsultation, we discuss the goals for the session. Do you want all posed shots? Are you more a candid image kind of person? Would you like a combo of both? […]

Planning your session – Wichita Dog Photography

January 16, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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“I really want a session but my dog, he is so hyper. I just don’t think it would work.” — Sonya, pet parent to Harold, the high energy 130 lb. yellow lab and love of Sonya’s life. We hear this more often that you might think.  The key to a great session is preparation.  We […]

I think my dog is too high energy for a session… – Wichita Dog Photos

January 15, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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Miss M is a beloved member of her family and the favorite grand dog of a previous client.  We planned her autumn session at my client’s home.  Miss M is a blue Heeler mix with a good mix of shepherd I would guess.    Little Miss M was a little hesitant to be front and […]

Miss M – Grand dog extraordinaire

January 9, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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What is pet photography?  It is like any other genre of photography, only we specialize in photographing pets – dogs, cats, horses, lizards, rodents, etc. etc.  If it has paws hooves or claws, we photograph it.  Pet photography is important as some folks consider their pets as family members just like they would a human […]

What is pet photography?

January 9, 2017

Pet Portraiture

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We take photos as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.   ~ Katie Thurmes Every pet owner I speak with tells me the same thing.  My pet is my best friend.  They saved me.  They make my world better.  My pet is my family. Every pet has a story.  How will you remember your […]

Telling your pet’s story

September 15, 2016

Pet Portraiture

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I am pleased to introduce Missy to the Islay Corners Photography family.  Missy is a senior pet who doesn’t like to give out her age but let’s just say she’s over 10.  What lady ever does want to give her age? MIssy is a beautiful Sheltie with a heart of gold and quiet demeanor.  Missy […]

Missy – A Senior Pet – Phoenix Session

July 29, 2016

Pet Portraiture