Boise Pet Photography

There will be a few changes to accommodate the new world we live in. 

* I only take a few sessions a month. Please message me to get details on my pricing and availability. 

*Payment will be done online when you book so we're not exchanging anything. I will also be emailing the model release. If you have a gift certificate you can just take a photo of it and message it to me. 

*All sessions will be outside only right now. The good news is the sun is starting to set after 8:30 pm again. 

*We will be practicing social distancing. This isn't really anything new, I use a lens that allows me to be at a safe distance always. Some dogs (not naming names) don't really care for strangers up in their business or all over their owners...Weird! 

*As far as wearing a mask goes, the CDC recommends wearing a mask if you are in an area where social distancing can not be maintained. We will be much farther apart than 6 feet from each other and I always try to find locations where no other people are close by. Funny how social distancing and dog photography really do go hand in hand.  🤔

*Please, only immediate family members or people that live in the same house at the sessions and keep it under ten. (This is normal at my sessions anyway) 

*You will bring your own blanket to sit on or any other props you like, I can help you go over ideas, of course. Pinterest is full of them. I do like to keep it simple though, my style of photography is all about the love you and your pet share. But if you want a photo of your dog in a vintage camper, let's do it! 

*You will bring your own dog supplies like treats, poop bags, leashes, bandanas, clothing, water. (Most people do anyway) 

*I will be booking fewer sessions this year. This will make it easier for rescheduling if anyone is feeling under the weather or has to quarantine for any reason. Staying stress-free and healthy is the name of the game. It will also allow me to give you more images per session. 

 I  am immune suppressed, so keeping us ALL safe is my number one concern