Pet Photography Brisbane

Pet Portraits for the whole family

Photograph the whole family with your pets included too both in our North Lakes Studio or at an outdoor location in Brisbane.

We would be lost without our family pet, so it just makes sense to get portrait of them. Either on their own or with the whole family or even just with the kids! Sadly they won’t be here forever, so it’s so important to have photos for memories in years to come.

Having had both cats and dogs in my life I am used to dealing with them both. As a child I had cats (one Siamese and one Burmese) however since meeting my husband… a dog person we have now had 5 Labradors! They make a great family pet and after having 2 labs from puppies, we now choose to adopt older dogs rather than the younger ones. They are not only a little more calm but most are house trained and don’t chew everything in site!

Now just because I have only had Labradors, doesn’t mean I don’t love all dogs, from little to big, pure bread to bitsa. All dogs are welcome!

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You can also see some of our recent work too…

Mummy and Me – Studio Portrait

Mum and her son – Nicholas   Anja came to us through National Family Portrait Month. One of our charity programs that we participate in every year. This year we were raising money for BeyondBlue. Little Nicholas was just 4 months old when they came in for their session. Still happy with tummy time but not yet sitting up. Anja had an arm work out to start with not just holding Nicholas but lifting him in the air for some big smiles. When then sat them on the couch and finished with a little cuddle. He was pretty tired by the end… it’s hard work being a model! This was also our third behind the scenes vlog! You can see this film at the bottom of this post. Not only do these give you an insight into session with us but with Anja’s family all in Germany and her unable to travel, it was great to share around also. Mum’s favourite image: Sitting on the couch together – portrait style.  This one will be in the National Family Portrait Month Book BAC’s favourite image: Mum holding Nicolas up in the air on the grey backdrop – what a smile!

Pet Portrait in the North Lakes studio

When Lyndal got in touch, she wanted a beautiful photos of her 3 dogs, Rose, Poppy and Violet. Plus she wanted to incorporate the image of an old dog that had since passed away, in a nice big wall piece. She said on the phone that they were quite difficult at the vet so she wasn’t sure how we would go getting them all together for a photo. I told her not to worry and to leave it to me! The session went fantastic. We got a few beautiful photos of them all together and nice individuals as well and some of them paired up together. I also edited the image of her beloved dog who had already passed away, to include her in the final artwork. Lyndal’s favourite: the three of them in the basket together BAC Favourite: Poppy in the basket with the paw over the side… just chillin’

Generations family portrait – Nudgee Reserve

Three generations portrait It was so lovely when Jo-Ann got in touch to organise a voucher for her mums birthday. The family had photos with us a couple of years before and wanted to update their portraits with Jo-Ann’s parents included as we did last time. As they wanted a morning session, I chose Nudgee wetlands as there is plenty of nice foliage there in the morning (and afternoon). Not only did they want a nice big group photo but wanted the girls to have photos with the grandparents, as well as family photos and the girls together. You can see that the grandkids have a great relationship with their grandparents. It’s lovely to see. There are a few spots to use at Nudgee, so we started by the lake, then under the trees and finished on the pretty boardwalk. It was a great morning and we made a beautiful album for the family to keep and remember these moments. Families favourite: Cathy loved the black and white photo of them walking on the boardwalk BAC Favourite photo; The two girls laughing together