perth pet photography

Pets are Family too....

I got my first pet when I was 5 years old.

I remember how excited I was to have this cute little ball of fluff as my new best friend and imagined all the great adventures we would share.

Pets give life a special meaning. They see only the best in their humans and never the bad. They are loyal companions to the end and that is something truly special in this world. So much joy and love will come with owning a pet and it is no surprise that people want to capture these memories forever. Animal photography is becoming more popular especially here at Four Paws in Perth and these are some the reasons why it is a great idea to create beautiful art works with your pet:

Every Pet is Unique.

My first kitten was pitch black with huge green eyes and for some reason I thought it was a great idea to name him Rambo. Rambo did not disappoint. He lived up to his name and was by far the craziest cat ever! Hiding behind walls and jumping out to surprise me, nibbling on my ears while watching TV and randomly jumping sideways were some of the hilarious things he would do. He was absolutely gorgeous.

Every animal is so different and special. Some are gentle and placid while others are a bit crazy and wild. Your pets uniqueness is something that can be captured on camera by our talented professional pet photographers and having these photos for a lifetime will preserve these memories and take you back on some great adventures.

Great Stories that can be shared for a lifetime.

Every photo comes with a story, after all, a picture is worth a thousand words. People have their children, weddings and other special occasions professionally photographed all the time. Why not have your precious fur baby photographed? After all they are a big part of our family and lives. These photos can be shared for years to come with family, friends, children and grandchildren. I bet there will be great stories that come with photographing your fur baby.

Amazing Wall Art

I absolutely love adding photographs of animals as a feature piece in certain areas of the house. The opportunity to have your pet featured in the artwork adds a personal touch to your Wall Art. Why not fill your walls with great canvas pieces of your animals instead of adding a random stock image of a horse or dog. Here at Four paws, we have an absolutely stunning setting on 5 acres as well as a large, state-of-the-art indoor studio. Our award winning professional pet photographers can add an individual and extra special quality to your photos to match any style of furniture or setting. Having a statement piece in your house that brings out your style and personality as well as your pet's individuality and special quirks is something that we are really proud of.

Wall Art. Showcase your best images in stunning detail.

Rigaletto, the 75kg Mastiff and his little buddy Junior

Woah! What an awesome shoot! We have a lot of amazing dogs come through our Perth Photography Studio, but Rigaletto has to be one of the biggest dogs we have seen throughout our many years of photographing pets. Rigaletto is a 75kg Mastiff, which are known to grow up to the weight of a whopping 100kg 😲! The pictures truly can't capture how huge Rigaletto is, but one thing we were able to capture is his calm temperament. He is such a placid and calm-natured animal, occasionally during the shoot he would just have a lay down in our lovely green grass of the 5 acre outdoor studio. Regaletto's owner, Leah, actually used to breed Mastiffs, meaning Regaletto was extremely well trained and made for a great model, especially for being such a huge dog he was happy to pose where needed. 

Regaletto's best friend is Junior, an eleven year old Staffy cross. These two don't let the size difference get in the way of their friendship, with them happily running after a ball together while going for walks with their owners, Leah and Neil. Junior absolutely LOVES playing fetch, retrieving and shredding his squeaky toys. Jane managed to capture some truly stunning photos of Junior chasing the ball, but by far the picture that speaks a 1000 words is of Neil with pure panic on his face as he realised he threw the ball directly at Jane, with Junior determined to retrieve it (second last photo), thankfully Jane didn't get seriously hurt 😊 

Neil and Leah came all the way done from Karratha to get their photos taken at our Perth studio, and we are so glad they did as we captured some truly stunning moments allowing them to remember them forever πŸ˜ƒ

Tioni, Craig and Axel

What a fun shoot! Axel, the American Staffy, looks big and tough although he is also an absolute goof making for a very enjoyable shoot. Axel is extremely ball orientated loving to run around fetching his ball, meaning that Jane the photographer was sneaky holding the ball near the lens to get his attention although sometimes the excitement would get too much and axel would come sprinting over to give kisses to the ball and often Jane stood in the firing line. The ball made for a great interaction shot between Axel and Craig- holding the ball up for Axel to jump for, highlighting his pure excitement and love for his toys. One thing Axel loves more than fetching balls and toys is mingling with other dogs. This social butterfly displayed his social abilities throughout the whole photo shoot not being scared to introduce himself to Jane and her assistant Tom with cute little Axel walking through the studio seeing what he could discover.

Craig and Tioni absolutely adore Axel and I can totally understand why after seeing his cute and goofy face. It is clear that they love their fur baby and he definitely loves them. Thanks for allowing us to capture the love between you all at our 5 acre Perth outdoor pet photography studio, it was a true honour.

Paddington the Labradoodle

This is Paddington, a one year old Labrador crossed poodle mixed with a huge amount of cuteness. You know how you have those people who you just enjoy being around, Paddington is essentially the dog equivalent. Ever since the minute Paddington cheerfully walked into our 5 acre outdoor Perth studio, he showed his friendliness not being afraid to have a cuddle, with Jane the photographer recieving a few during the shoot. Apparently it wasn't just because of Jane's huge love and skill with dogs, but Paddington's owner Tanita, says that he gets along with pretty much anyone.

Paddington absolutely flourished when he got a hold of his precious duck and cow squeaky toys, but a definite favourite was the stretchy rope, making for some awesome interactive photos.