Dog Portrait Photography, Oxfordshire
YOUR BEST FRIEND DESERVES THEIR OWN PORTRAIT TOO
TREAT YOUR DOG TO A PHOTO SHOOT EXPERIENCE
Dogs make great companions, are an essential part of the family and your best friend.
Treat them as such and give them their own creative dog portrait photography experience at my studio in Milton Common, Thame. Set in the stunning Oxfordshire countryside, your pet photo shoot is about creating striking photographic artwork which captures your dog’s unique personality and gives you works of art which you will treasure forever.
I’m Mark Hewitson, a professional dog photographer; my aim is to provide you with variety in your images and create the most personal piece of artwork you will ever own.
I always start a dog portrait photography experience in the studio with my popular crisp, clean backgrounds, which are perfect for various pet portraits. I also have a variety of props to compliment your dog.
As long as the Oxfordshire weather is being kind to us, I continue your pet portrait photography experience outside to create location portraits of your dog in the stunning grounds surrounding my Thame pet portrait studio.
If you would like to feature an image or two of your dog during the session, just let us know.
I have years of experience working with dogs and pets of all shapes, sizes and personalities. If your dog is hyperactive or nervous, I can work with you and them to ensure I achieve the images you desire. I can make leads disappear with careful photography and image editing if you don’t trust your dog off the lead.
In fact, around 75% of all the dogs I photograph are on the lead. Scroll to the bottom of this page to compare before and after images of dogs on a lead.
I regularly get asked ‘What happens if my dog can’t go off-lead outside?’. Well, during your experience I will direct you how to hold the lead so that I can remove it at a later date and then after your experience with a little magic and polish I can make your dog look like it was never on a lead at all. Take a look at this image and slide between the before and after to see what I mean.