Judging by her extensive Instagram feed, Kylee Sharples of Canberra’s Willowood Imagery seems to be able to speak both cat and dog!
We’re loving the shots of the cats on glass. Cats are tough creatures to photograph at times, so our collective hats are tipped to her and recommend her as the go-to cat photographer in the area.
As you can see from her Youtube account, she offers ‘Buddy & Me’ sessions which is aimed at owners who want to be photographed with their dog, which isn’t something all pet photographers like to offer so she’ll be in high demand!
A Sydney pet photographer but also servicing the ACT, Ruth O’Leary of Ruthless Photos is a self declared dog fanatic. She LOVES dogs. Always has, always will.
Ruth studied a visual communications degree in Ireland, but relocated to Australia in 2004 where she set up her successful animal photography business for both private and commercial clients. She has even started a Ruthless stock photo library to fulfil those perfect and unique commercial photography needs. Some of those stock library images just don’t cut it!
Based in the Canberra suburb of Gungahlin, Moist Nose Photography is owned and run by Alistair Nitz, an animal lover turned photographer.
Close to Belconnen Dog Obedience Club, Alistair can often be found photographing dogs in the area and he currently photographs the dogs that arrive at Canberra Pet Rescue to help increase their chances of being rehomed.
Raised on a farm and surrounded by animals, Alistair loves being around dogs and has a particular soft spot for Boxers.
Leaving school at the age of 18 with a year 12 Certificate and a camera hung Canberra photographer Eddie Misic followed his heart and went on to study a Diploma in Photography, and by the age of 22, started what has grown into Canberra’s Eddison Photographic Studios, which now specialises in portraits and pet photos.
From browsing their website it seems that Eddison get involved with most genres of photography, but they do have plenty of portfolio examples of working with different types of pets, which are mostly studio based.
Based in the Yass Valley, Sharon seems to mainly focus on child and family portraits (of which she does a lovely job!!), but she also offers a pet photography service in the Yass Valley and Canberra area, with prices starting at $220 including edited digital images.
There are some great examples of kids with their pets on her website shot in the studio which capture the bond between a child and their pet beautifully! That’s a tricky combo to do well so hats off to her!
Pet owners are able to trust their professional photographer to capture the personalities of their beloved companions. Being specialists in the field of animal photography, your photographer will know exactly how to pose your pet to capture the perfect photo.