Discover how to capture those stunning shots of your dog in the bluebells! 

Have you seen those stunning images of other people's dogs sitting amongst the bluebells?

Are you tempted to capture your own beautiful moments but not sure how to do it without plonking your dog right in the middle of the flowers?

It's a mistake a lot of people make.

They see those gorgeous photos of dogs amongst the bluebells, and think that in order to get those shots, they should be encouraging their dog to sit right on top of the flowers. But let me let you into a secret...... the camera LIES!

Now, I'm going to let you into the secrets known by professional photographers about how to capture those images where your dog is surrounded by bluebells.... WITHOUT doing any damage to the woodland landscape! 


The Guide to Photographing Your Dog in the Bluebells is here! 

Discover the secret known by professional photographers about how to make it look as though your dog is surrounded by flowers, without bending a single blade of grass or squashing a single bluebell. 

Not only can you capture those beautiful moments in the Spring Woodland, but I guarantee you can do it ethically and in an environmentally friendly way, without doing any damage to the environment - so you have those special moments to treasure forever

Learn the secrets of photographing your dog in the bluebells.....

I'm going to share with you my simple strategy for capturing those beautiful photos of your dog surrounded by beautiful bluebells. You'll learn how to position your dog and use a simple trick to make it look as though they're right in the middle of the flowers, when really they're not! 

Not only can you treasure those stunning bluebell images of your dog, but you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you've helped protect the woodland and leave it unspoiled for others to enjoy as much as you have.

A simple technique

that you can easily follow to get those perfect shots in the bluebells

How to choose the right location 

what to look for, what you need to bring and why an extra pair of hands helps

Photographing in an ethical way

learn how to position yourself and your dog to do no damage to the woodland landscape (and why it's important!)

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What My Clients Say

Angie & Ruby

Thanks Sandie for the beautiful photos of Ruby - we never dreamed she would stay in one place long enough for you to take them at 16 weeks old. But she did, after a play, a few treats and the calmness around her.

Your work is the best from set up to finished products. Thank you again, we now have photos we can treasure forever

Jess, Willis & Honey

Sandie was awesome to work with from the start. She was patient and my dogs adored her - the photographs she captured perfectly highlight my dogs' characters. It will be something to treasure forever.

She's a dog person too, not 'just' a photographer!

Debbie & Remus

Every image has been stunning and really capture the character of my boy. 

Sandie always ensures the dog is in charge, waiting for him to get to know her, not forcing him to pose and having plenty of patience waiting for him to be ready and willing to engage with the photo shoot

About Sandie

Specialist Dog Photographer & Craftsman with the Guild of Professional Photographers

Sandie is an experienced photographer specialising in dog portraiture. She is passionate about working ethically with dogs and ensuring their welfare during your photo shoot. She holds a Level 2 VTQ in Canine First Aid and is currently working towards an Advanced Qualification in Canine Body Language.

Specialist dog photographer serving Market Harborough, Lutterworth, Leicester, Rutland and surrounding villages in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire; and further afield
Call 07930 337914 to find out more!