2018 DOG PHOTOGRAPHY SESSIONS
Your dog is unique…simply one of a kind awesome...
We know it and you know it, so our sessions are all about capturing that individual spirit that makes your dog the absolute superstar that we already know that they are!
For such a unique dog, only a truly customised photography session will do. We therefore offer you complete flexibility to build your own photography package.
All sessions start with a $250 creative fee (which is fully redeemable against any wall-art or photography packages from the Dog with a Bow Investment Guide), and secures a date for your session, the time in photographing your pup, editing of the images, and a personal viewing session to review and order images.
As for the session itself, we'll spend around 90 minutes together in a beautiful location in Calgary, Cochrane or Kananaskis Country. We may be a little biased but we can’t imagine a more stunning place to photograph dogs!
We'll play, roll around in the grass (or let's face it, probably snow...it is Alberta after all!) with your dog, and capture gorgeous images that you'll love forever.
Once the personal viewing session begins, the fun really starts. Our packages start at just $745 (after the $250 Session Credit is applied) and include some of our most popular products. You will also have complete flexibility to add whatever you’d like to your order from our Investment Guide, and we'll be pleased to help you design the perfect items for your home.
As a general idea of the total cost you should expect to spend, we find that most customers invest between $995 and $1, 750 on the entire experience.
We’d love to send you our Session Guide which explains what you can expect from your photography experience, and provides details of our products and packages.
If you want to look at the cute puppies in our no-obligation Session Guide, simply click the button below.
We'll get that over to you quicker than a puppy stealing a strip of bacon.
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