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With their humans Lee & Tim, Jet & Max are soon to be embarking on a grand adventure, relocating from the Mornington Peninsula to live in Virgina, USA.

Exciting though it is, to be moving somewhere new, the humans wanted to capture some family photos of home so they have something to remember Melbourne and the Peninsula area by once they are settled in their new home.

For our pet photography session at the beach, Melbourne put on it’s usual unpredictable weather, with a little wind and grey cloud followed by a short intense burst of light at the end of the day, which was perfectly timed for the family portraits with the dogs and humans.

They’ll be able to pretend to their American dog friends that we always have fine weather here in Australia!

We’re looking to photograph more Mornington Peninsula dogs, so if you live in that area and would like us to visit you at your home or favourite spot for a runabout then please do get in touch.

 

 

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Our pet photography sessions usually cater to one dog at a time to ensure we get the most photos from the time we have with the dog, but when Remy the one year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who was on his first trip to the beach, asked the Pupparazzi if he could bring his bestie Hugo with him for a bit of playtime, how could we say no?!

Meeting these two dogs together, I was convinced they were related as they’re unbelievably similar.  Not only do they look similar, but they have similar temperaments and are both excitable little rockets once they get revved up.  Judging by their playful antics, I’m pretty sure they enjoyed their first jaunt to the beach.

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Sometimes I find that Pet photography sessions with elderly or sick dogs can be tinged with sadness, especially if the dog is not able to be as active as they used to be or I know that they will perhaps be crossing the rainbow bridge in the not too distant future.

Fortunately, our session with Zoe the Pointer was nothing of the sort and although Zoe was sick she was still energetic and had a great appetite for treats!

Even though Pupparazzi pet photography shoots are usually all about the dog, owners Paige and Matt got in on the act for some family portraits to round off the session – check them out below.

 

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Wrinkles? Check

A bit of slobber? Check

Cuddly? Check

It sounds like an English Bulldog to me!  We met Daisy a while ago now, but have only just got around to posting the photos – we’re always too busy out having fun photographing dogs instead of doing the admin stuff that you’re apparently meant to do to keep a successful pet photography business running!

7 year old Daisy has a beautiful temperament, and her adoring owner Claudia will do absolutely anything for her. If you don’t believe me, check out her tattoo! That’s dedication!

We met Daisy and Claudia at Gasworks Part in Port Melbourne, which is one of our preferred locations for pet photography sessions due to it’s great locations, dog-friendly off-leash rules and the generally relaxed feel that the dogs and their owners have there. Not all dog parks are equal!

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We were delighted to meet Charlie the Toy Poodle for her pet photography session in Melbourne recently.

At only a year old, she is still full of energy and bounced around for most of the session – at times, taking the photographer to a few locations they hadn’t initially planned on.  Apologies to the gardener for the flattened purple plants!

With such a young dog to photograph, it was probably a good thing that we shot this one in her own space where she was contained.  Older, well trained dogs are great in open spaces, but often younger dogs who are yet to calm down are often better photographed in their backyard or local dog park.

Charlie loves playing with her tennis ball so that was great for attracting her attention, but is also a fan of bubbles so they also helped to keep her interest too.

Take a look at the photos of Charlie below.  If you have a young dog that you would like to photograph before they get much larger then please get in touch using the contact button above or below to book your dog portrait session. We look forward to hearing from you!

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