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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

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So you are thinking about booking a photography session?  Awesome, let’s talk.   Planning can provide guidance for a successful portrait session.  Your session is an investment in your memories so a little planning can go a long way.   At your preconsultation, we discuss your goals for the session.  Do you want all posed […]

With a little bit of planning….

June 14, 2016

Pet Portraiture

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When my husband and I adopted our first cat together, we were experienced pet owners. That said nothing prepared us for the day when our sweet little orange tabby Marmalade (Marma was nearly 18) passed away from chronic renal failure. When we returned from the vet’s that day, all we had left was her collar, […]

The Phoenix Session

June 10, 2016

Pet Portraiture

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So you are thinking about booking a photography session?  Awesome, let’s talk.   Planning can provide guidance for a successful portrait session.  Your session is an investment in your memories so a little planning can go a long way.   At your preconsultation, we discuss your goals for the session.  Do you want all posed […]

With a little bit of planning….

June 8, 2016

Pet Portraiture

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Being a shelter photographer you have two seasons, kitten season and old pet season. Both represent hope and sadness. Kitten season is happy because who doesn’t love kittens? I don’t get too excited about human babies but baby animals, I’m all over that. Kitten season is also sad. Just when you think folks are starting […]

Hello kitten season, goodbye old pet season

June 7, 2016

Personal Work

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When we adopt a pet, it’s a wonderful thing. There are parts that can be trying like hairballs, poop and trips for shots. It is an all around rewarding experience. Then reality steps in. We begin to realize that as we age, so do our pets. This is the hard part. There isn’t a pill […]

SENIOR PET SESSIONS, DON’T WAIT – WICHITA SENIOR PET PHOTOGRAPHER

June 7, 2016

Pet Portraiture