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Come out and join us on...
Saturday March 24th from 12 - 4pm (ONE DAY ONLY)
...in the Pet X training room for our Easter Photo Shoot!
Fall is upon us and the trees are turning beautifully!
Apples at the orchard, pumpkins patches ripe for the picking... I am very excited for all the shoots we have planned! For Orchard and Pumpkin Patch Shoots, contact us ASAP as those we have limited spaces left for those location shoots.
For Pets! Fall location and studio shoots are NOW AVAILABLE. We will be offering Christmas and Holiday shoots by appointment as well. Due to the dog show shooting schedule we will be unable to make it out to Pet-X to do the mini-shoot days this year.
On October 29th we'll be at Pet-X in Howell for our Halloween event! Get you costumes ready and come join us for a photo shoot!
Here's all the info....
*20 Minute Photo Sessions at one or both of our Fall and Spooky Halloween themed photo sets in the Training room at Pet-X.
*Special event pricing on products and a la carte ordering.
*No session fees for this event.
*Kids, pets, famillies welcome! Don't forget your Halloween costumes.
*Enter our raffle for a photo shoot when you arrive!
Located in the Training Room at PetX... The address is.....
132 W. Highland Rd., Ste 101, Howell, Mi. 48843
Time slots are available on October 29th from Noon to 5pm
RSVP today to save your spot.
Contact Debbie at Pet-X by email DEBBIE@MYPETX.COM or phone at 517-546-6740 to reserve your time spot!
I finally got to meet Chai the bunny! He's an adorable little fluff of Lion Head Rabbit.
He's a little Angel.
And an awesome little Easter bunny!
We discovered where all those Easter eggs come from....
And then he sailed away..
Our photo shoot with Chai was a ton of ridiculous fun. Stay tuned for his next adventure into a wild flower field with a beautiful maiden!
Love Chai's photos? Let us know below and share it with your friends!
For information on booking your pet's photos, contact us here or use the email address and phone number below!
517.672.9323 (we are text friendly)
I have a cat. This is probably not news to any of you, but it's still rather comical because my life is dogs, dogs, dogs and more dogs. Followed by more dogs. This is her second Christmas, and she now has the fluffiest tail I have seen on a cat yet. Time to annoy her with photos!
You will need...
*1 roll of wrapping paper (shortly destroyed)
*feather cat wand - I hold this in one hand and smack it where ever I want the cat to look
*table & random item as paper weight to keep one end of paper on the table
*Camera with Flash angled to bounce off the wall behind me
I would normally use a backdrop stand, but I left that at the studio for use tomorrow. For something small like this it was really easy to just drape the paper off the table and weight the ends down with something minorly heavy.
Petals started out behaving like a little angel, but like any cat got bored a little easily.
Out came the catnip!
On a side note, wrapping paper does not stand a chance when another cat appears out of nowhere like a tiny demonic Koolaid man.
Peaches did manage to cooperate for about 30 seconds though...
Wrapping paper makes a great impromptu backdrop for anything smaller than a mastiff (if you're at the right angle, you could still swing a mastiff). Baby photographers usually have a zillion rolls of just 4 foot wide paper in different colors, and it's utterly brilliant. This trick works great with pets and anything relatively small. It's fun and easy to DIY at home, no matter what level of photographer you are.