If you’re looking to capture the bond between you and your best friend, your dog, you’ve come to the right place.
Your Best Friend Photography specializes in capturing images of your pet, using only natural lighting, and in natural settings in Northern New Jersey.
For example, in the image above, you see Chaucer, a 10-week-old Springer Spaniel puppy by the lake in Wawayanda State Park in Northern, New Jersey. Other possibilities include your backyard, in the woods, or even your front porch – wherever your best friend likes relaxing most. You might even opt for mini-sessions in special locations such as stunning sunflower fields in New Jersey.
Focused on Photographs of Dogs
Dogs are our best friends, just as they are yours. Whether your best friend is an older dog, a puppy, a therapy dog, or a special needs dog, you can count on Your Best Friend Photography to create the right environment, so your pet relaxes and shows off his or her best self. You’ll enjoy exploring our portfolio of dog photos.
Lisa of Your Best Friend Pet Photography did a layout of my Golden Retriever Faith last month. What amazing work she does.
When she and I went over the proofs I received to decide which photos to choose, it was a very difficult decision. I ordered a 20″ x 30″ wall portrait, as well as an album, and a selection of pictures for my desk at work.
I’ve shown Lisa’s work to everyone at work, as well as my friends and family. Everyone praised what she does. I would recommend her to anyone looking for quality pictures of their pet. She’s patient with everything she does.Doug Steyling
Expect High-Quality Display-Worthy Photos
The goal of a professional pet photographer photoshoot is to provide you with a wealth of high-quality images of your dog to select from and then – once the post-processing editing magic happens – display in your home or office. Discover the range of wall art possibilities. Your satisfaction matters and your feedback is important to the process.
How Your Pet Photography Session Works
Then, you can schedule a date/time.