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Fred Levy Photography

USA

‘19 Certificate of Excellence

My photography has really gone to the dogs. I specialize in pet photography, family portraits and commercial, lifestyle photography. I create exciting and engaging photos that my clients love. In this digital age of being overwhelmed with images sliding past, I create work that people hang in their homes to remember how important this time of their lives are. If you're looking for headshots and want to come to my studio, please contact me directly.

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What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?

There are three things that are important for me to get a great photo. First is a good connection to my client. I want to make them feel comfortable so I can create the best mood for the photo. For pets, it includes lots of treats and toys. For people, it can be more complex, depending on their needs. Showing some kind of emotion is most important and I work with them to bring that out. Second is good lighting. Whether outside or in a studio, I want to control the light so even for outside sessions, I always bring extra light (and a walking light stand when possible). The third is a great location. I can do good studio shots but I find location shoots offer the most excitement when creating work. Put these three things together, and I can create some amazing photos.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

Questions I often ask depends on the type of job. Family portraits are often about showing the best in their family. That means I need to know what’s really important to them. Do they have favorite places they go to. What is going on in their lives now that they want to remember 10, 20, 30 years from now?
Commercial work is a whole other process. They want to promote their staff or service that will make the best impact. I create work to show them off they way they need to get the most out of the session.

What do you love most about your job?

I’m a lifestyle photographer who loves working with people and pets. People who love their pets have an understanding that life is bigger than themselves. When I get to spend quality time creating work for people and their pets, I get the most out of my day. I love the photography process but when I get to do it with people and their pets, there is nothing better.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My dog Toby inspired me to focus on pets. My background in photography is from a fine art perspective. It wasn’t until we adopted our dog, Toby that I fell in love with the process of photographing dogs. I started researching and found out there is a thing as a pet photographer so I started focusing on that. After years of work and promotion, I’ve carved out a little process and following my work. Now I’ve expanded my process beyond pets but I try to keep that as my focus. If it weren’t for my dog, I might have never done so much.

Why should our clients choose you?

I was asked recently about what kind of photographer I wanted to be. My response was “a nice photographer”. I know there are lots of great photographers out there but not as many are nice. I don’t want to come off as self-important or rude. I want people to feel that I’m working my tail off to create amazing work for them and that they are getting 100% from me from beginning to end of the process. Shooting is such a small part of the photography process and I want my clients to know that I can help from the first hello to the delivery of the final product.

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