Spellhound Dog Photography

Spellhound Dog Photography

Spellhound Dog Photography locationNewgate Street Village, Hertfordshire

Professional pet photographer capturing magical memories of your dog for you to treasure forever. Forget stuffy studio settings, Spellhound Dog Photography offers on-location photoshoots which means we capture your dog in their element, totally relaxed and having bundles of fun in the places they love most. Bespoke fine art dog photography based in Hertfordshire and working in and around Herts, Essex, London, Cambridge, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Gift certificates also available.

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What do you love most about your job?

I adore dogs and I enjoy nothing more that giving them an amazing afternoon of fun, tricks and treats whilst capturing their adorable faces and unique characters with my camera.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've been a professional photographer for close to 20 years, I have also worked in TV but it is my pure love of dogs that led me to set up Spellhound so I could combine my creativity and skills to products beautiful fine art pieces so dogs can be celebrated in their home and cherished for years to come.

Why should our clients choose you?

Sessions with me are fun and relaxed, your dogs well-being and happiness is most important to me. I have no time limits, what I have is oodles of patience to get the perfect shots of your pooch. If that means laying down in mud, or wadding in a lake - no problem. I will work with you to choose the perfect shots for your bespoke wall art or fine art album.

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