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 So what is pet photography, and what's the difference between natural light pet photography and studio pet photography?


Well, its quite simple, Pet photography is the process of taking professional images of your pets. Pet Photography can be done in a couple different styles but here we offer natural light pet photography & studio pet photography.


Natural light pet photography is when a photographer only uses available ambient light. They don't use flashes or have any continuous lighting like studio pet photography sessions do.  Natural light pet photography sessions are often shot in the afternoon at sunsets or on cloudy days when the sun isn't so direct to provide a better, cleaner overall image. Natural light pet photography sessions are shot in places such as beaches, pet friendly parks, your own backyard. Pretty much anywhere outside is where natural light pet photography can take place.  














Studio pet photography sessions are shot inside with studio lighting & studio backgrounds.  Studio pet photography allows the photographer to control & fine tune the details in the images. If you book a studio pet photography session, when we set up you'll see a white background, a couple stands to hold the background up, a studio flash with a softbox, a couple camera's, a cord for power to the studio light and another cord to connect to the camera. In studio pet photography their are many different backgrounds, whilst there are many, the most common backgrounds are black, white, grey and beige. At KGardner Photography we currently offer a white background option however we are looking into attaining more backgrounds to suit back anyone's preferences.

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is Pet Photography worth the cost?

 Like any genre of professional photography, it feels like a bit of a luxury, but its well worth the investment. There's a few reasons why its well worth the investment and here's just a couple reasons why you should book your pet in for a pet photography session.

1. Animals don't last forever

 Some day they will pass away, we all know it, but we never know when that is. You don't want a heaps of low resolution, bad lighting images to remember them by. That's why we believe its so important to invest in a pet photography session to remember them by when that day comes.  We recommend getting professional images of your pet every 1-2 years to document them and look back at as they grow older. 

2.  Professional images aren't easy to take

Whilst you may take some great photos of your pet on your phone they will never have that professional touch to them. We have the training, experience, camera's, lenses, materials and all of the software to supply a professional pet photography portrait. We don't  just supply you with images straight off the camera. There's many steps from taking the images to sending the images over to you; such as culling, double backups, placing images into allocated folders, cropping, removing people from backgrounds, removing leashes (if applicable), enhancing fur details etc.


What is Freelance Photography?

Freelance photography is the taking of photographs as a self-employed photographer. We work under contracts specific to each of our clients needs. As freelance photographers, we market ourselves through professional portfolios, websites, and social media to find potential clients. We are hired to do weddings, pet photography, wedding photography, product photography, and other photography jobs such as real estate and any add job. 






























This was captured on a Iphone
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