You can drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org check for availability or arrange for a FREE consultation.
- Meet at a pre-arranged location where your pets are comfortable and we’ll hang out!
- Progression depends on how your pets are feeling. It is important that they feel comfortable and are willing to participate!
- Bring your pet’s favourite toys or treats for some motivation; we’ll be running and jumping, but we’ll leave some time for resting or portrait shots too!
- Want to join in on the fun for a couple of shots? Sure! We can take some family shots, but note that the main focus of the shoot will be on your pet.
- When the photos are ready, we will email you a link to a proofing gallery where you can select images you want as prints (dependent on package) out of about 30 images.
- Once the products and/or prints are ready, we will arrange pickup or delivery of the prints (with your custom USB Drive of images). All that is left is to enjoy them!
Our Standard pet photography package ($600) includes:
• 2 hours of photography by Singapore’s most sought-after pet photographer Nicholas Lee, of Furry Photos
• 2 locations and up to 2 pets – outdoor and indoor (at home) – family members are invited to join in for portraits together, and interactive shots, at no extra cost
• ALL edited images in soft copy, 2100 pixels on longest side – We guarantee at least 30 images
Our Single location photography package ($480) includes:
• 1 hours of photography by Singapore’s most sought-after pet photographer Nicholas Lee, of Furry Photos.
• 1 locations, and up to 2 pets – family members are invited to join in for portraits together, and interactive shots, at no extra cost. Locations include one outdoor location or just indoor/home only.
• ALL edited images in soft copy, 2100 pixels on longest side – we guarantee at least 15 images for a 1-hour session.
All photography sessions come with a free pre-shoot consultation to get to know you, your pets, and what type of images you hope to achieve!
Seniors (above 10 years) or emergency cases will have priority in scheduling.