Specialist dog photographer serving Market Harborough, Lutterworth, Leicester, Rutland and surrounding villages in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire; and further afield
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Discover the Secret Rules you need to know to get those share-worthy photos of your dog!
Are you fed up of just getting a blurry mess when you try to take a photo of your dog?
Do you want to capture the fun and adventures you share together, but - when you try - it all goes horribly wrong as your dog looks away at the last minute?
Believe me, we've all been there.
When your dog looks the wrong way, or is far more interested in having fun than posing for your photo. Or you just get them into position and as you go to click the button they move EVERY time......
But what if I told you there were five TRIED & TESTED Rules I can share with you to help you capture all your amazing adventures, AND you don't need any special equipment or high-tech cameras to do it?
The Five Rules of Dog Photography (and how to break them!) eBook is here!
Discover my top five Rules for getting those share-worthy photos of your dog every time, so you know exactly what to do to get them posing and looking in the right direction.
Then, once you've got the Rules figured out, it's time to kick back and let your creative juices flow as you discover how to break them and try new ideas for capturing your best adventures!
Learn the Rules of Dog Photography....
I'm going to share with you my FIVE simple yet effective tips to help you improve the photos you capture of the fun and adventures you share with your dog, so that you'll soon be wowing your social media friends with the BEST memories of the time you spend together.
that you can easily follow to help you get better photos of the adventures you share
Discover those beautiful head tilts
and my TOP advice on how to capture them and make your heart melt
My Top Training Tip
it's not about photography - but it's my secret weapon for getting your dog to pose every time!
.... then Have Fun & Break the Rules!
It's not all about obeying the rules all the time - how dull would that be?
Once you've learned the basics, it's time to kick back and have some fun, try out new ideas and get creative! Each Rule we cover has a companion section giving you tips and ideas on how to shake things up and BREAK the rules, so that the shots you capture aren't just the same as everyone else, they're the moments that inspire you!
CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE
Don't just stick to the status quo - try taking your shot from different angles and getting creative
DO IT DIFFERENTLY
Once you've learned the Rule, do the opposite! Experiment and discover the shots you LOVE!
TELL THE STORY
It's all about capturing the character of your dog, so make sure you tell their story the way YOU want to!
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What My Clients Say
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
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!
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
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.