Hosting a dog photography event can be lucrative. But before scheduling an event, make sure you are totally comfortable with your equipment and your technique. Careful planning can make it profitable and help things run smoothly.
Consider the location first when planning a photography event –whether it’s at your studio, a dog park or dog day care, pet spa, animal hospital, shelter, or just outdoors – you want to attract attention and make it look like fun. Choosing a theme like Happy Howlidays, Dog Days of Summer, Barktoberfest, or My Furry Valentine can help entice owners to bring their dogs for portraits –just be original. Events can grow into fund raisers for a local dog shelter or help raise money for animal charities, but partnering with the right group is critical to the success of the project.
The examples below are from a Bull Dog club event photographed by Barbara.