Sunday, February 5, 2012

Pet Photography


Do you have a really good photo of your furry, feathered, or scaly best friend that you would be proud to hang on your wall or carry in your billfold or hand out to family and friends, maybe with you in the picture as well?  If not, maybe this blog post can be of help.

Because today, I'm happy to announce that I'm now offering pet photography as another aspect of my art business.  (My other art services and items for sale include: pet portraits from photographs in either pastel or pencil, coal art, and prints of my original pastel, acrylic, or mixed media paintings.) 

I just recently decided that I'd offer this new service for several reasons:
-People were complimentary about my photos, especially those with animals.
-My father was an avid photographer before he became an artist, so photography is in my blood.
-I'm combining my love of taking pictures with my love of animals for a perfect addition to my business.
-I wanted to give people a chance to have quality photos of their pets at an affordable price.

 One set price of $80.00 includes travel (within a 40-mile radius here in Tennessee), the photo session itself for up to one hour, and a packet of pictures that includes:
1-11x14 photo poster
1-8x10 photo
1-5x7 photo
4-4x6 photos
(Other packets are available upon request.)

I am also available to take a photo of your pet in case you don't have a good one to work from if you're getting a pencil or pastel portrait done.

Please email me at if you are interested in the pet photography service in this area of Tennessee.  Greg and I would love to meet you and show you my complete pet photo portfolio.  Your pet will be photographed in its familiar enviornment enjoying the activities it normally does.  In fact, you might even want all of your pets photographed with family members.  Whatever you'd like, we will try to accomplish for you.

Also, if you don't live nearby, I can still help you with some of my other art services such as my pastel portraits.  Information about my portraits and coal art is on a couple of my previous blog posts.  Please contact me for more details.

Positive thought: Immortilize your special pet in a photo.  You'll be glad you did.  Satisfaction guaranteed!
Thanks!  And, thanks for visiting!  Until next time (Sunday, February 12), Becky

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